Greek Attic black-figure vases

Antimenes painter - Greek attic black-figured vase - Minotaur - Attic dinos
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Greek attic black figure neck-amphora with Dionysus, satyrs and maenads, 520-500 B.C. attributed to the Leagros Group, 45 cm high. Private collection

Greek attic black figure neck-amphora with Dionysus, satyrs and maenads, 520-500 B.C. attributed to the Leagros Group, 45 cm high. Private collection

Greek attic black-figure cup representing duel scenes, 530-520 B.C. 11 cm high. Private collection

Greek attic black-figure cup representing duel scenes, 530-520 B.C. 11 cm high. Private collection

Attic black-figure neck-amphora of the Group of Munich 1501, 1st quarter 5th century B.C. On side A Heracles fights against three amazons, on the other side a veiled woman between two warriors, 29,6 cm. Private collection

Attic black-figure neck-amphora of the Group of Munich 1501, 1st quarter 5th century B.C. On side A Heracles fights against three amazons, on the other side a veiled woman between two warriors, 29,6 cm. Private collection

Attick black-figured White ground alabastron, attribuited to the Group of theN Negro Painter alabastra, 490-480 B.C.   With standing Ethiopian warrior, head turned to left, wearing long trousers decorated with stripes and dots, long-sleeved belted and fringed tunic and mantle draped over arms, holding bow in left hand and battle-axe in right, with stool and palm tree in field, the base and neck black, bands above and below the scene, 15.3 cm high. Private collection

Attick black-figured White ground alabastron, attribuited to the Group of theN Negro Painter alabastra, 490-480 B.C. With standing Ethiopian warrior, head turned to left, wearing long trousers decorated with stripes and dots, long-sleeved belted and fringed tunic and mantle draped over arms, holding bow in left hand and battle-axe in right, with stool and palm tree in field, the base and neck black, bands above and below the scene, 15.3 cm high. Private collection

Attic black-figured band cup,  540-530 B.C.   Each side centered by a winged female running to the right and looking back, flanked by two standing draped males and two panthers, all facing in, the panthers' heads turned out, a dot rosette above three of the panthers; a reserved band below, palmettes on either side of the handles, the reserved tondo with two concentric rings; details in added red and White, 29 cm wide. Private collection

Attic black-figured band cup, 540-530 B.C. Each side centered by a winged female running to the right and looking back, flanked by two standing draped males and two panthers, all facing in, the panthers' heads turned out, a dot rosette above three of the panthers; a reserved band below, palmettes on either side of the handles, the reserved tondo with two concentric rings; details in added red and White, 29 cm wide. Private collection

Attic black-figured kalpis, late 6th century B.C.  Black-glazed except for a trapezoidal panel on shoulder, with octopus with four curling tentacles on each side of its body, 31 cm high. Private collection

Attic black-figured kalpis, late 6th century B.C. Black-glazed except for a trapezoidal panel on shoulder, with octopus with four curling tentacles on each side of its body, 31 cm high. Private collection

Greek attic black-figured vase, Minotaur on Athenian kylix, 470- 460 B.C. The figure is well rendered with incised detail, in Greek mythology the Minotaur  was a creature with the head of a bull and the body of a man or, as described by Roman poet Ovid, a being part man and part bull. The Minotaur dwelt at the center of the Labyrinth designed by architect Daedalus and his son Icarus, on the command of King Minos of Crete and was killed by Athenian hero Theseus, 8 cm wide. Private collection

Greek attic black-figured vase, Minotaur on Athenian kylix, 470- 460 B.C. The figure is well rendered with incised detail, in Greek mythology the Minotaur was a creature with the head of a bull and the body of a man or, as described by Roman poet Ovid, a being part man and part bull. The Minotaur dwelt at the center of the Labyrinth designed by architect Daedalus and his son Icarus, on the command of King Minos of Crete and was killed by Athenian hero Theseus, 8 cm wide. Private collection

Antimenes painter dinos, Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, 520-510 B.C. Greek attic dinos fragment, Antimenes painter, with Greek ships and frieze with quadriga, Athena and Herakles, 19.2 cm long. Private collection

Antimenes painter dinos, Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, 520-510 B.C. Greek attic dinos fragment, Antimenes painter, with Greek ships and frieze with quadriga, Athena and Herakles, 19.2 cm long. Private collection

Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, 520-510 B.C. Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, Antimenes painter, with Greek ships and frieze with quadriga, Athena and Herakles, 19.2 cm long. Private collection

Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, 520-510 B.C. Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, Antimenes painter, with Greek ships and frieze with quadriga, Athena and Herakles, 19.2 cm long. Private collection

Greek attic black-figure cup, 530 B.C. The figural decoration is limited to ten miniature animals painted in the central reserved band which encircles the cup, on both sides the scene centers on a single dove, rendered in added white flying to the right, the bird is surrounded a pair of swans, their wings extended, who, in turn, are bordered by a pair of peacefully grazing ibexes, 21 cm diameter. Private collection

Greek attic black-figure cup, 530 B.C. The figural decoration is limited to ten miniature animals painted in the central reserved band which encircles the cup, on both sides the scene centers on a single dove, rendered in added white flying to the right, the bird is surrounded a pair of swans, their wings extended, who, in turn, are bordered by a pair of peacefully grazing ibexes, 21 cm diameter. Private collection

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