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Triptolemos Painter (E21_Person, Concept)

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


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Triptolemos Painter (en), Triptolemos-Maler (de), Pittore di Trittolemo (it), Triptolemos Painter (fr)Additional labels


The Triptolemos Painter is an Athenian red-figure painter (and perhaps potter) active ca. 480-470 BCE. The name derives from a stamnos found at Vulci (Paris, Louvre G187; BAPD 203793) showing Triptolemos, Demeter, and Persephone on one side. Shapes are kraters, the stamnos, amphora, oinochoe, pelike, hydria, alabastron, skyphos, and cup (kylix). Subjects include athletes, warriors, revelers (“komasts”), the symposion, erotic scenes, religion, Dionysos and followers, musicians, Herakles, and Theseus. Some findspots are Adria, Etruria (Cerveteri, Orvieto, Tarquinia, Vulci), sites in southern Italy and Sicily, Athens (Agora, Acropolis), Rheneia (Delos), and Berezan.

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