Objects of this Typology | Quantitative Analysis

Swing Painter (Person, Concept)

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

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Swing Painter (en), Schaukel-Maler (de), Ζωγράφος της Αιώρας (el), Swing Painter (fr), Swing Painter (it)Additional labels

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The Swing Painter is an Athenian black-figure painter active ca. 540-520 BCE. The name derives from an amphora (Boston, Museum of Fine Arts 98.918; BAPD 301521) showing a woman on a swing. Shapes are different amphora types, including the Panathenaic amphora. Scenes include both myth and everyday life: Herakles, Gigantomachy, centaurs, Amazons, Dionysos, warriors, riders, athletes, and revelers ("komasts"). Many vases have been found in Etruria, as well as Greece, Sicily, Cyrene, and Miletos.

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