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Painter of Louvre F6 (Person, Concept)

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Painter of Louvre F6 (en), Maler von Louvre F 6 (de), Peintre du Louvre F6 (fr), Maler von Louvre F 6 (it)Additional labels


The Painter of the Louvre F6 is an Athenian black-figure painter active in the mid-6th c. BCE and is classified as a “companion” to Lydos. The name derives from a hydria (Pairs, Louvre F6; BAPD 300899) showing Dionysos with maenads and satyrs on the shoulder and a duel on the body. Shapes include the column krater, belly amphora (Type B), and the shouldered hydria. Subjects are gods, warriors, Herakles, centaurs, Theseus, and athletes. Known findspots are in Greece and Italy, as well as Berezan and Cyrene.

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