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Tyszkiewicz Painter (Person, Concept)

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

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The Tyszkiewicz Painter is an Athenian red-figure painter active ca. 490-470 BCE. The name derives from a calyx krater from Vulci formerly in the Tyszkiewicz Collection (Boston, Museum of Fine Arts 97.368; BAPD 202631) showing Achilles and Memnon on one side and Diomedes and Aeneas on the other. Shapes are kraters in different forms, the amphora in different forms, the pelike, stamnos, and hydria. Subjects include the Trojan War, Dionysos and followers, the symposion, revelers (“komasts”), Amazons, Theseus, and the Gigantomachy. Some findspots are Etruria (Cerveteri, Vulci, Tarquinia), Spina, Falerii, sites in Sicily, Athens (Acropolis, Agora), Histria (Romania), and Kerch.

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