44593, ATHENIAN, Cleveland (OH), Museum of Art, Cleveland (OH), Museum of Art, 88.8

  • Vase Number: 44593
  • Fabric: ATHENIAN
  • Technique: RED-FIGURE
  • Shape Name: FIGURE VASE
  • Date: -500 to -450
  • Attributed To: BRYGOS P by UNKNOWN
  • Decoration: A: SATYR IN BOOTS AND LEOPARD SKIN PLAYING PIPES, THYRSOS
    B: MAENAD IN LEOPARD SKIN DANCING, THYRSOS
    FIG: HEAD OF RAM
    Neck: SYMPOSIUM, DRAPED MEN RECLINING WITH CUP AND SKYPHOS, YOUTH IN SCYTHIAN CAP PLAYING PIPES, LYRE AND BASKET SUSPENDED
  • Current Collection: Cleveland (OH), Museum of Art: 1988.8
  • Previous Collections:
    • Cleveland (OH), Museum of Art: 88.8
  • Publication Record: Bulletin of the Cleveland Museum of Art: 76 (1989) 2, 49, FIG.1 (PART)
    Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum: CLEVELAND, MUSEUM OF ART 2, 40-42, PL.(1825) 79.1-6
    Miller, M.C., Athens and Persia in the Fifth Century BC, A study in cultural receptivity (Cambridge, 1997): PL.48 (PART)
    Neer, R.T., Style and Politics in Athenian Vase-Painting, The Craft of Democracy, ca.530-460 B.C.E. (Cambridge, 2002): 21, FIG.3 (PART OF N)
    Slater, W.J. (ed.), Dining in a Classical Context (Ann Arbor, 1991): FIGS.9-10 (PARTS)
    Topper, K., The imagery of the Athenian symposium (Cambridge, 2012): 87, FIG.31 (PART OF N AND B)
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