- The Group of Toronto 305 are a group of Athenian black-figure painters active in the last quarter of the 6th c. BCE. They
are considered followers of the Antimenes Painter. The name derives from an amphora (Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum 305; BAPD
320246) featuring Dionysos and Herakles. Decorating mainly the amphora, subjects include warriors, riders, Dionysian scenes,
Herakles, and Amazons. Findspots are sites in Etruria and Kerch.