Signed by Epiktetos | Terracotta plate | Greek, Attic | Archaic | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Signed by Epiktetos as painter. Period: Archaic. Date: ca. 520–510 B.C.. Culture: Greek, Attic. Medium: Terracotta; red-figure. Dimensions: Diam.: 7 3/8...
Red Figured Neck Amphora, Terracotta, Caivano Painter, Greek made in Campania, 340 BC, Getty Villa, Malibu, Dec. 2012
A scene from the tragedy The Seven against Thebes, by Aeschylus (525-465 BC), is painted on the vase. The hero Kapaneus scales the city walls to overthrow King Kreon, who looks down from the battlements. Details of wood grain and nails may have been inspired by an actual stage set.
anthropologyyy: BERLIN PAINTER (attributed to) Attic Red-Figure Bell-Krater Circa 500-490 BC Etruria Athens
Ваза в форме клешни лобстера
Terracotta Vase in the Form of a Lobster Claw ca. 460 BC . Greek, Classical Because so many aspects of Greek life depended on the sea, a vase in the shape of a lobster claw is not surprising. It is, however, exceptional and may be a variant of the askosa bag-shaped oil container provided…
Attributed to a painter recalling the Brygos Painter | Terracotta cup: cow's hoof | Greek, Attic | Classical | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
"Terracotta cup: cow's hoof" (ca. 470-460 BCE), attrib. to a painter recalling the Brygos. Greek, Attic, Classical period. Terracotta, red-figure. Fletcher Fund, 1938. Posted on metmusem.org.