7 December 2000
AN ETRUSCAN BLACK-FIGURED PLATE
Attributed to a Follower of the Paris Painter, Circa 520 B.C.
On a tall foot, the tondo with a rosette in the center with black and red petals, enclosed by a band of lotus buds alternating with palmettes, with a frieze at the rim of fifteen ducks with upraised wings moving to the left, some with red bodies with white stripes, some with white bodies and red stripes, and some with black bodies with red and white stripes
96 in. (23 cm) diameter
Münzen und Medaillen, XXII, 1961, no. 194, p. 103, pl. 62
Collection of Henning Throne-Holst
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Antika Vaser, Samling Henning Throne-Holst, (private publication), no. 20.
Hannestad, The Followers of the Paris Painter, p. 72, no. 112.
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