DOUBLEEN" AMPHORA WITH BLACK-FIGURE NECK The... - Lot 29 - Lucien Paris

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DOUBLEEN" AMPHORA WITH BLACK-FIGURE NECK The... - Lot 29 - Lucien Paris
DOUBLEEN" AMPHORA WITH BLACK-FIGURE NECK The body is decorated on side A with a scene of Dionysus between two maenads, and on side B with satyrs and maenads. The neck is decorated with three inverted palmettes; double handles are black-glazed on the outside. The decoration, framed by palmettes, rests on a red line. Under the handles: linked palmettes and lotus flowers. At the bottom of the body: lines of dots and radiating edges. Flat black-glazed foot with circular red line and molded rim. The inner part is reserved and bears two letters ΣΟ (workshop or transporter). Black-glazed orange clay with white and red highlights. Greek art, Attica, early 5th c. BC. Attributable to the Painter of Diosphos (c. 495-480 B.C.)/or Class with branches of dots/or entourage of the Painter of the Red Line. Height. 21 cm. Visible cracks and restorations; restored in 2000 by G.P. Nadalini. Discovery of an inscription ΣΟ under the foot of the vase. BIBLIOGRAPHY. M.-H., Delavaud, Du nouveau sur la danse et la musique en Grèce ancienne in Connaissance hellénique, n°156, July 2020. PROVENANCE. . Purchased in Cannes, August 16, 2000. . Sale Bertone Collection, Neuilly-sur-Seine, December 14, 1931. An export certificate for cultural property dated December 22, 2023 will be issued to the purchaser.
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