- Preferred Label
- Bucci Painter (en), Bucci-Maler (de), Bucci-Maler (it), Bucci-Maler (fr)Additional labels
- The Bucci Painter is an Athenian black-figure painter active in the late 6th c. BCE. The name derives from an amphora formerly
in a private collection (now New Orleans, Isaac Delgado Museum of Art 2033 [16.38]; 301635) showing Herakles and Hermes between
columns. Mainly a painter of the amphora, subjects include chariots, youths, departures, and Herakles. Findspots are Vulci,
Taranto, and Kamiros (Rhodes).