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Carpenter Painter (E21_Person, Concept)

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


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Carpenter Painter (en), Schreiner-Maler (de), Carpenter Painter (fr), Carpenter Painter (it)Additional labels


The Carpenter Painter is an Athenian red-figure painter active ca. 515-500 BCE. The name derives from a cup found in Chuisi (London, British Museum E23; BAPD 201642) showing a carpenter on its interior. Though primarily a cup painter, a hydria has been attributed to the same painter. Subjects include revelers (“komasts”), the symposion, youths, Herakles, satyrs, and hunting. Findspots are sites in Etruria (Orvieto, Vulci), and a cup “near” the painter stylistically was found in Corinth.

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