By John H. Oakley, Olga Palagia, Francis Oakley
This quantity offers the lawsuits of the second one Athenian Potters and Painters convention, which used to be held on the American institution of Classical experiences, Athens 2007. including the 1994 convention (Volume I, Oxbow 1997), those are the 1st in their style - focusing simply on Athenian pottery and addressing key features of its learn. The thirty-two papers contained listed here are the end result not just of a big volume of latest fabric but in addition the dynamic visual appeal of a more youthful iteration of students facing the topic. topic parts diversity from the research of the potters and painters themselves, to form, subject material, chronology, export, excavation pottery, context, and the impression of Athenian vases on pottery from different areas of the Mediterranean and vice versa. 3 papers in Greek
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Konstantinopoulos, ADelt 23, 1968, Chronika, 438f. pl. 404a. Ian McPhee suggests a date around the second quarter of the fourth century (oral communication), while Erika Simon places it around 400–390 BC (oral communication). D. Kontis, AM 73, 1958, 146–158; idem, ADelt 18, 1963, 76–94; G. Konstantinopoulos, Aρχαία Pόδος (1986) 198–223; V. Gabrielsen, in: Fernsten-Jensten – Nielsen – Rubinstein (supra n. v. H. Nielsen – V. Gabrielsen). 40 Cf. the much earlier black-figure amphora in Boston, ca.
4. Rim of a calyx-krater by the Hector Painter, 450–425 BC: Olympia, Inv. K 10244. Photo: Author. From the third quarter of the fifth century there is the well-known bell-krater showing Nike by the Kleophon Painter, which was found in Phidias’s workshop,7 and several pots by other artists from the Polygnotan Group, such as a fragment of the rim of a calyx-krater that is perhaps by the Hector Painter (Fig. 8 One of the latest Attic red-figure vases is the lid of a cylindrical, Type D pyxis (Fig.
11 LIMC III (1986) 478 nos. 664. v. Dionysos (C. Gasparri). 12 LIMC III (1986) 479–480 nos. v. Dionysos (C. Gasparri). On the iconography of Dionysos at Mt. Nysa and the Nymphs, see Metzger 106–110. On variations of his delivery, see Carpenter 55–59. 13 Carpenter 54f. pls 19B. 20A; ARV2 593,41 and 460,20, respectively. 14 LIMC II (1984) 997 no. v. Athena (P. Demargne); ARV2 1343,1; CVA Berkeley 1 48–49 pls 47–50; Metzger 102–106 pl. 8,1. A. Kauffmann-Samaras, Ktema 15, 1990, 193 pl. 12. 15 LIMC II (1984) 997 no.
Athenian potters and painters, Volume II by John H. Oakley, Olga Palagia, Francis Oakley