THE PROPERTY OF THE MORVEN COLLECTION
TWO PAESTAN RED-FIGURED VESSELS
CIRCA 350-320 B.C.
Including a lebes gamikos, attributed to the Asteas-Python workshop, both sides with a female head in profile to the left, one wearing a dotted kekryphalos, the other wearing a dotted sphendone, tongues on the shoulder, palmettes below the handles, the lid with black palmettes on the upper surface, bead-and-reel on the rim; and a bell-krater, one side with a satyr, nude but for his boots, bending forward and moving to the left, the other side with a profile female head, wearing a sakkos, each side framed by tendrils, palmettes below the handles, meander and saltire squares below the scenes, laurel below the rim
Lebes: 6¼ in. (15.9 cm.) high (2)
Lebes: Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, London, 14 December 1987, lot 161.
with Royal-Athena Galleries, New York, 1991 (One Thousand Years of Ancient Greek Vases, no. 171).
Bell-krater: Private Collection, Lugano.
with Royal-Athena Galleries, New York, 1990 (One Thousand Years of Ancient Greek Vases, no. 168).