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Foundry Painter (5th cent. BCE) Attic kylix with scenes from a foundry - Production of two bronze statues (full outside view), 490-480 b.C

BCE) Attic kylix with scenes from a foundry - Production of two bronze statues (full outside view), b.

Triptolemos Vasepainter.Center medallion: Dionysos served by a boy. Rim: Procession of men and boys in honour of Dionysos, led by a flute-player. Red-figured cup (around 480 BCE) Inv. G 138 Louvre

Center medallion: Dionysos served by a boy. Rim: Procession of men and boys in honour of Dionysos, led by a flute-player. Red-figured cup (around 480 BCE) Inv. G 138 Louvre

Coupe montrant la mort de Penthée (extérieur) et une ménade (intérieur). Douris (peintre) Grec (date 500-460 av. J.-C.) période archaïque tardive (500-480 av de) c. 480 av. J.-C.

Red-Figure Cup Showing the Death of Pentheus (exterior) and a Maenad (interior) Red-Figure Cup Showing the Death of Pentheus (exterior) and a Maenad (interior) Douris (painter) Greek (active c.) Late Archaic period B.

Munich, Museum antiker Kleinkunst    White-ground classical funerary lekythos with inner compartment for a token amount of oil (found in a grave at Oropos, near the Attic/Boeotian border)     The messenger god Hermes, bearded but youthful, sits on the rocky shores of the river Styx. He wears his travelling hat and cloak, but is bare foot.

Munich, Museum antiker Kleinkunst White-ground classical funerary lekythos with inner compartment for a token amount of oil (found in a grave at Oropos, near the Attic/Boeotian border) The messenger god Hermes, bearded but youthful, sits on the rocky shores of the river Styx. He wears his travelling hat and cloak, but is bare foot.

Atalanta. Attic white-ground lekythos, attributed to the painter Douris; ca. 500-490 BCE. Now in the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Atalanta running away from Eros (Atalanta Lekythos, attributed to Douris, (Attic, circa BCE), in the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Douris (fl. c. 500 - 460 BCE), Museum of Art, Cleveland 66.114 (1966.114) (495-475 BCE). Red-figure white-ground lekythos. Body: detail of Erote 1.

500 - 460 BCE), Museum of Art, Cleveland BCE). Body: detail of Erote

The Atalanta Lekythos, 4

Attic white ground lekythos with labeled figures (ΑΤΑΛΑΝΤΕ and ΕΡΟΣ), attributed to the Athenian vase-painter Douris.

The Atalanta Lekythos (Funerary Oil Jug), ca. 500-490 BC. Attributed to Douris. Located in The Cleveland Museum of Art.

The Atalanta Lekythos (Funerary Oil Jug), ca. Located in The Cleveland Museum of Art.

Atalanta.  Attic white-ground lekythos, attributed to the painter Douris; ca. 500-490 BCE.

Atalanta running away from Eros (Atalanta Lekythos, attributed to Douris, (Attic, circa BCE), in the Cleveland Museum of Art.