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Oinanthe Painter (Person, Concept)

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

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Oinanthe Painter (en)

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The Oinanthe Painter is an Athenian red-figure painter active ca. 470-450 BCE and a member of the Mannerist Group. The name derives from the inscription “Oinanthe kale” (“Oinanthe is beautiful”) on a hydria found at Vulci (London, British Museum E182; BAPD 206695) showing the Birth of Erichthonios. Other shapes are the column krater, pelike, and hydria. Scenes include Theseus and gods and goddesses. Findspots are Norcia (southern Italy) and Vulci.

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