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Group of The Paidikos Alabastra (Group, Concept)

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Group of The Paidikos Alabastra (en)

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The Group of the Paidikos Alabastra is a group of red-figure painters active ca. 520-500 BCE, who decorate a single shape (the alabastron). The name derives from the potter (“epoiesen”) who signs as Paidikos on an alabastron from Eretria (Paris, Louvre CA487; BAPD 200865) showing a youth and a woman. Some white-ground vases assigned to the group are signed “epoiesen” by the potter Pasiades. Painters associated with the group include the Euergides Painter (see Euergides Painter [Red-figure]) and the Pasiades Painter (see Pasiades Painter [Red-figure]). Some findspots are Athens (Acropolis, unspecified sites), Boeotia, Miletus, Delphi, Eretria, Ampurias (Spain), and Bologna.

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