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Pan Painter

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The Pan Painter is an Athenian red-figure vase-painter active ca. 490/80-450 BCE and a member of the Mannerist Group. The name derives from a bell krater discovered in Cumae (Boston, Museum of Fine Arts 10.185; BAPD 206276 ) showing Pan and a shepherd on one side and the Death of Aktaion on the other. Other shapes are kraters of different types, the amphora in different forms, the pelike, stamnos, lebes gamikos, loutrophoros, hydria, lekythos, alabastron, skyphos, and cups. Scenes include Nike, Dionysos and followers, gods and goddesses, Herakles and Busiris, Eos and Kephalos, Achilles, warriors, revelers (“komasts”), hunting, fishing, and funerary scenes. Some findspots are Athens (Acropolis, Agora, Kerameikos), Etruria (Cerveteri, Vulci), and sites in southern Italy and Sicily.
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Painter of Munich 2413

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The Painter of Munich 2413 is an Athenian red-figure painter active ca. 460 BCE. The name derives from a stamnos found at Vulci (Munich, Staatliche Antikensammlungen 2413; BAPD 205571) showing the Birth of Erichthonios. An oinochoe from the Athenian Agora (P11810; BAPD 205573) shows actors dressing.
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Painter of The Birth of Athena

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The Painter of the Birth of Athena is an Athenian red-figure painter active in the first half of the 5th c. BCE. The name derives from a pelike found at Vulci (London, British Museum E410; BAPD 205560) showing the Birth of Athena. Shapes are the pelike and the stamnos. Subjects include Dionysos and followers, gods and goddesses, and funerary scenes. Other findspots are Cerveteri and the Athenian Agora.
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Providence Painter

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The Providence Painter is an Athenian red-figure painter active ca. 475-450 BCE. The name derives from a neck amphora (Providence, Rhode Island School of Design 15.005; BAPD 207352) showing Apollo with a kithara. Other shapes are the Panathenaic amphora, hydria, lebes gamikos, stamnos, lekythos, oinochoe, column krater, and cups. Subjects include Dionysos and followers, other gods and goddesses, the Apotheosis of Herakles, women (domestic activities, pursuit scenes), athletes, warriors, revelers (“komasts”), and a wedding. Some findspots are Etruria (Cerveteri, Vulci), sites in southern Italy and Sicily, Athens (Acropolis, Agora), Eretria, Thebes, Ampurias (Spain), and Al Mina.
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Oionokles Painter

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The Oionokles Painter is an Athenian red-figure painter active ca. 480-470 BCE. The name derives from the inscription “Oionokles kalos” (“Oionokles is beautiful”) on several examples. Shapes are the neck amphora, lekythos, loutrophoros, and column krater. Subjects include Dionysos and followers, revelers (“komasts”), warriors, Eos and Tithonos, the Death of Orpheus, Theseus, and musicians. Findspots are Vulci, sites in southern Italy and Sicily, Rheneia (Delos), Anavysos (Attica), and Athens.
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Nikon Painter

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The Nikon Painter is an Athenian red-figure painter active ca. 470-450 BCE. The name derives from the inscription “Nikon kalos” or “kalos Nikon” (“Nikon is beautiful”) on several examples. Also attributed to the painter is a white-ground lekythos from Eretria (Brussels, Musées Royaux A1019; BAPD 207607) showing a mistress and maid.
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Charmides Painter

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The Charmides Painter is an Athenian red-figure painter active ca. 480-460 BCE. The name derives from the inscription “Charmides kalos'' or “kalos Charmides” (“Charmides is beautiful”) on several vases. Shapes include the neck amphora (Nolan amphora) and lekythos. Subjects are Eros, warriors, the Judgement of Paris, Eos and Tithonos, Nike, and satyrs. Findspots are sites in southern Italy and Sicily and the Athenian Agora.
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Akestorides Painter

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The Akestorides Painter is an Athenian red-figure painter active ca. 470-450 BCE. The name (“Akestorides”) is inscribed on a cup from Aegina (New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art 22.139.72; BAPD 209611) showing a boy playing the lyre. The main shape is the cup. Subjects include satyrs and maenads, revelers (“komasts”), athletes, musicians, and draped figures. Findspots are Vulci, Orvieto, Koropi (Attica), Athens, Aegina, and Kerch.
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Euaichme Painter

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The Euaichme Painter is an Athenian red-figure painter active ca. 480-460 BCE. The name derives from a cup from Vico Equense (Naples) (Boston, Museum of Fine Arts 01.8097; BAPD 209665) showing Nestor and Euaichme. The main shapes are cups and the skyphos. Subjects include men, women, youths and boys, athletes, the symposion, and the Marriage of Peleus and Thetis. Findspots are Etruria (Vulci, Cerveteri, Chiusi), Bologna, sites in southern Italy and Sicily, Ampurias (Spain), and Kerch.
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Dish Painter

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The Dish Painter is an Athenian red-figure painter active ca. 470-460 BCE. The name derives from the preference for decorating stemmed dishes. Subjects are youths with lyres, a dancing girl, and a maenad. Findspots are Nola and Santa Maria di Capua.
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Euaion Painter

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The Euaion Painter is an Athenian red-figure painter active ca. 460-440 BCE. The name derives from the inscription “Euaion kalos” (“Euaion is beautiful”) on a cup (Paris, Louvre G401; BAPD 209713) showing satyrs and maenads. The main shape is the cup. Other shapes are the skyphos, oinochoe, pyxis, hydria, and calyx krater. Other subjects include the symposion, revelers (“komasts”), athletes, warriors, Boreas and Oreithyia, Atalanta, and Theseus. Some findspots are Etruria (Vulci, Cerveteri, Orvieto), sites in southern Italy and Sicily, Aleria (Corsica), Athens (Agora, Acropolis, Kerameikos), Le Cayla (France), and Kerch.
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Clinic Painter

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The Clinic Painter is an Athenian red-figure painter active ca. 470-460 BCE. The name derives from an aryballos (Paris, Louvre CA2183; BAPD 210078) showing a medical scene. Shapes are mainly cups, but also the askos, aryballos, stamnos, and oinochoe. Subjects include Dionysos and followers, revelers (“komasts”), Eros, warriors, youths, men, women, Herakles, and the Embassy to Achilles. Findspots are Adria, Spina, Etruria (Vulci, Chiusi, Orvieto), and Nola.
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Telephos Painter

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The Telephos Painter is an Athenian red figure painter active ca. 470-460 BCE. The name derives from a cup found in eastern Etruria (Boston, Museum of Fine Arts 98.931; BAPD 205037) showing Telephos at the palace of Agamemnon. The main shape is the cup, but also the phiale, neck amphora, lekythos, and rhyton in the shape of a donkey head. Subjects include the symposion, revelers (“komasts”), satyrs, athletes, warriors, Eos and Tithonos, and the Ilioupersis. Some findspots are Orvieto, Etruria (Vulci, Tarquinia), sites in southern Italy and Sicily, Eretria, Athens (Acropolis, unspecified sites), and Camiros (Rhodes).
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Boot Painter

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The Boot Painter is an Athenian red figure painter active ca. 470-460 BCE. The name derives from several cups depicting naked women putting on or holding boots. The main shape is the cup, but also the oinochoe. Subjects include men, women, boys, athletes, satyrs, Theseus, and a pyrrhic dancer. Findspots are Etruria (Vulci, Tarquinia, Chiusi), sites in southern Italy, and Ampurias (Spain).
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Makron

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Makron is an Athenian red-figure painter active ca. 495-475 BCE. The name derives from a skyphos from Suessula with the signature of Makron as painter (“egrapsen”) and Hieron as potter (“epoiesen”) (Boston, Museum of Fine Arts 13.186; BAPD 204681) showing Paris and Helen on one side and Menelaus and Helen on the other. The main shape is the cup, but also the aryballos, askos, stamnos, oinochoe, plate, and pyxis. Subjects include musicians, revelers (“komasts”), courting, the symposion, Dionysos and followers, a satyr-play, athletes, warriors, centaurs, Herakles, Demeter and Triptolemos, and the Trojan War. Some findspots are Athens (Acropolis, Agora), Etruria (Vulci, Orvieto, Cerveteri, Chiusi, Tarquinia), Adria, sites in southern Italy, and Ampurias (Spain).
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Fitzwilliam Museum

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The Fitzwilliam Museum is the art and antiquities museum of the University of Cambridge.
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Amasis

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Amasis was an ancient Attic potter, active in Athens between 560/550 and 530/520 BCE. Amasis’s pottery workshop also employed a well-known painter, who is conventionally named the Amasis Painter after the potter, and generally considered as one of the best Archaic vase painters.
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Tleson

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Tleson (active around 555-535 BCE) was an Athenian potter and perhaps also a vase painter in the black-figure style. He was the son of the famous potter Nearchos and brother of Ergoteles. His workshop apparently produced mostly Little-master cups.
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Brygos

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Brygos was an ancient Greek potter, active in Athens between 490 and 470 BC. He is known as a producer of excellent drinking cups.
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Sokles

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Sokles was an ancient Greek potter, active in the middle of the 6th century BCE, in Athens, who signed Little Masters cups.
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Xenokles

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Attic Black-figure potter, active 560-530 BCE.
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Python

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Greek potter, active ca. 500-480 BCE in Athens, Greece.
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Hermogenes Painter

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The Hermogenes Painter is an Athenian black-figure painter associated with the potter, Hermogenes.
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Hischylos

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Hischylos was a black-figure Athenian potter, active ca. 530 BCE.
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Tampa Museum of Art

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The Tampa Museum of Art is located in downtown Tampa, Florida. It exhibits modern and contemporary art, as well as Greek, Roman, and Etruscan antiquities.
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Epitimos

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Attic potter, active 6th century BCE.
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