THE GALLERY OF ANCIENT ART

Ceramics | Location | Southern Italy
1. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Aeneas’ escape with old-aged Anchises from Troy.
Image on the attic vase (lekythos) from Gela.
5th century BCE.
Museum of Archaeology.
2. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Amphora with the myth of Ixion.
South Italy, Campania.
Seconf half of 4th cent. BCE.
Capua, Provincial Museum of Campania.
3. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Amphora with the myth of Ixion.
South Italy, Campania.
Seconf half of 4th cent. BCE.
Capua, Provincial Museum of Campania.
4. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Amphora with the myth of Ixion (close-up).
South Italy, Campania.
Seconf half of 4th cent. BCE.
Capua, Provincial Museum of Campania.
5. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Athene, Apollo, Hermes, Artemis (upper register). Military gathering (lower register).
Red-figured volute-krater. Apulia.
Attributed to the Baltimor Painter.
Clay.
Ca. 330—320 BCE.
Christie’s Fine Art Auction House, New York.
6. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
The Medea krater. Side A: Medea departing in a chariot after killing her children.
Red-figured calyx-krater. Lucania.
Ca. 400 BCE.
Attributed to the Policoro Painter.
Inv. No. 1991.1.
Cleveland (USA), Museum of Art.
7. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
The Medea krater.
Red-figured calyx-krater. Lucania.
Ca. 400 BCE.
Attributed to the Policoro Painter.
Inv. No. 1991.1.
Cleveland (USA), Museum of Art.
8. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
The Medea krater. Side B: Telephus with infant Orestes, Agamemnon and Clytemnestra.
Red-figured calyx-krater. Lucania.
Ca. 400 BCE.
Attributed to the Policoro Painter.
Inv. No. 1991.1.
Cleveland (USA), Museum of Art.
9. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Slaughter of Iphigenia.
Red-figured volute krater. Apulia.
Ca. 370—350 BCE.
Attributed to a painter close to the Iliupersis Painter (the sack of Troy).
Inv. No. 1865,0103.21.
London, British Museum.
10. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Alcmene appealing to Zeus against Amphitryon.
Red-figured bell-krater. Paestum.
Attributed to the Python Painter.
Clay.
Ca. 360—320 BCE.
Inv. No. 1890,0210.1.
London, British Museum.
11. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Alcmene appealing to Zeus against Amphitryon.
Red-figured bell-krater. Paestum.
Attributed to the Python Painter.
Clay.
Ca. 360—320 BCE.
Inv. No. 1890,0210.1.
London, British Museum.
12. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Dionysiac scene.
Red-figured bell-krater. Paestum.
Attributed to the Python Painter.
Clay.
Ca. 360—320 BCE.
Inv. No. 1890,0210.1.
London, British Museum.
13. CERAMICS. Greece.
The Seven against Thebes: the death of Kapaneus.
Red-figure neck-amphora. Campania.
Attributed to the Caivano Painter (Greek, active 340—330 BCE).
Terracotta. Ca. 340 BCE.
Inv. No. 92.AE.86.
Los Angeles, John Paul Getty Museum, Getty Villa in Malibu.
14. CERAMICS. Greece.
Maenads and satyrs.
Red-figure neck-amphora. Campania.
Attributed to the Caivano Painter (Greek, active 340—330 BCE).
Terracotta. Ca. 340 BCE.
Inv. No. 92.AE.86.
Los Angeles, John Paul Getty Museum, Getty Villa in Malibu.
15. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Phiale with relief decoration—chariots.
South Italy, Calena.
Clay, glaze. 3rd cent. BCE.
Inv. No. AB 602.
Moscow, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts.
16. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Volute-krater depicting the journey of Orpheus to the Underworld.
Red-figured volute-krater. Apulia.
Attributed to The Underworld Painter (by Trendall).
Clay. Ca. 330—310 BCE.
Munich, State Antique Collection.
17. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Volute-krater depicting the journey of Orpheus to the Underworld. Detail: a female head.
Red-figured volute-krater. Apulia.
Attributed to The Underworld Painter.
Clay. Ca. 330—310 BCE.
Munich, State Antique Collection.
18. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Volute-krater depicting the journey of Orpheus to the Underworld. Detail: Helios and Selene on they chariots.
Red-figured volute-krater. Apulia.
Attributed to The Underworld Painter.
Clay. Ca. 330—310 BCE.
Munich, State Antique Collection.
19. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Volute-krater depicting the journey of Orpheus to the Underworld. Detail: Hades and Persephone in their Palace with Orpheus and other denizens of the Underworld.
Red-figured volute-krater. Apulia.
Attributed to The Underworld Painter.
Clay. Ca. 330—310 BCE.
Munich, State Antique Collection.
20. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Volute-krater depicting the journey of Orpheus to the Underworld. Detail: Hermes, Heracles and Cerberus, Hecate.
Red-figured volute-krater. Apulia.
Attributed to The Underworld Painter.
Clay. Ca. 330—310 BCE.
Munich, State Antique Collection.