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Akestorides Painter (Person, Concept)

Canonical URI: http://kerameikos.org/id/akestorides_painter

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Akestorides Painter (en)

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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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