- Preferred Label
- Paseas (en), Paseas (de), Paseas (fr), Paseas (it)Additional labels
- Paseas (sometimes known as the Cerberus Painter) is an Athenian black-figure painter active ca. 525-510 BCE. The painter also
painted in red-figure (see Paseas [Red-figure]) and usually painted on white-ground. The name derives from a black-figure
pinax (plaque) dedicated on the Athenian Acropolis (Athens, National Museum Acr. 2583; BAPD 301992), inscribed: “one of the
paintings of Paseas.” It belongs to a series dedicated to Athena that feature the goddess, in one instance alongside Herakles.
Other findspots are the Athenian Agora, Chiusi, Taranto, Vulci, and Cerveteri.