- Preferred Label
- Oakeshott Painter (en), Oakeshott-Maler (de), Peintre d'Oakeshott (fr)Additional labels
- The Oakeshott Painter is an Athenian black-figure painter of Little Master cups active in the second quarter of the 6th c.
BCE. The name derives from a cup, formerly in the Oakeshott collection (Oxford, Ashmolean Museum 1972.162; BAPD 350750), showing
animals. Shapes are band-cups and some lip-cups. One lip-cup (Boston, Museum of Fine Arts (69.1052; BAPD 210) features figure
decoration on the interior. Subjects are Dionysian, and findspots include Samos, Etruria, and Cyrene.