Apulian Red-figured Vases of the Plain Style, A.D. Trendall & A. Cambitoglou, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1961, page 34, no. 17
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Apulian Red-Figured Krater

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Apulian Red-Figured Krater

Artist/Maker: Apulian Red-Figured Krater
Description: Attributed to the Tarporley Painter
Southern Italy, circa 400 B C
Front: Victor with targe beside herm and Nike holding fillet
Back: Two draped youths

Refer: Los Angeles County Museum of Art Antiquities Collection for the name piece of the Tarporley Painter, a bell-krater once owned by Marshall Brooks of Tarporley, England

Literature: Apulian Red-figured Vases of the Plain Style, A.D. Trendall & A. Cambitoglou, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1961, page 34, no. 17
Provenance: with Frank Partridge, New York City
Note: we have on file a copy of an authentication letter to Frank Partridge, dated February 1966, from the Metropolitan's Greek and Roman Art Curator
 
Origin: Southern Italy
Materials: glazed pottery
Circa: 400 B C
Height: 12 inches
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