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A Campanian bell krater (wine bowl) attributed to the 'Painter of NY 1000' (Cambitoglou) or the 'CA Painter' (Trendall).

c.335 BC-320 BC

Campania
Made in a Greek colony in Southern Italy.

Height: 21cm
Diameter: 18cm, maximum

Museum number: L17

Vermeule catalogue number: Vermeule 545help-vermeule-catalogue-number

Curatorial note

Side A: Large female head left.

Side B: the same.

Dentil border around lip; palmettes beneath handles; fillet line below.

Attributed by Dr. Cambitoglou to the 'Painter of N.Y. 1000'; see Cambitoglou, 'Some Companion Vases in Manchester', Manchester Memoirs, Vol. XC (1948-49), no.6, pps. 12, 15-16. With this vase belongs Naples 86021, BM old no.1351, Berkeley (USA) 8-3342, Vatican U-43, Sevrès 15, and Torcello 1824, all decorated with female heads of the same class on both sides. Prof. Trendall is inclined to call this group CA rather than N.Y. 1000 see A.D. Trendall, The Red-Figured Vases of Lucania Campania and Sicily, Oxford 1967, I, p.492, no.382 (Cume 'A' - Workshop of the CA Painter').


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