Decorazioni vasi greci

Vasi Greci con colori caldi e freddi

Vasi Greci con colori caldi e freddi

Vasi Greci con colori caldi e freddi

Vasi Greci con colori caldi e freddi

Theseus and Sinis. Tondo of an Attic red-figure kylix, 490/80 BC

Theseus and Sinis. Tondo of an Attic red-figure kylix, 490/80 BC

Terracotta lekythos (oil flask) Attributed to the Carlsruhe Painter Period: Classical Date: ca. 460–450 B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta; white-ground Nike

Terracotta lekythos (oil flask) Attributed to the Carlsruhe Painter Period: Classical Date: ca. 460–450 B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta; white-ground Nike

Vector set of national greek seamless ornaments (patterns, borders) - stock vector

Vector set of national greek seamless ornaments (patterns, borders) - stock vector

Ancient Greek pottery decoration 143 by Hans Ollermann, via Flickr

Ancient Greek pottery decoration 143 by Hans Ollermann, via Flickr

A GREEK BLACK-FIGURED FOOTED PLATE - CIRCA LATE 6TH CENTURY B.C.

A GREEK BLACK-FIGURED FOOTED PLATE - CIRCA LATE 6TH CENTURY B.C.

Drinking cup (kylix) with symposium scenes

Drinking cup (kylix) with symposium scenes

Satyros Louvre MNE961

Satyros Louvre MNE961

Cratere del Dipylon - 750 a.C.(periodo di formazione) - tornio veloce - ritrovato nel cimitero del Dipylon ad Atene - conservato al Museo Archeologico di Atene. I vasi greci sono sempre decorati a fasce orizzontali. Le decorazioni, nere su fondo color terracotta, sono costituite da motivi geometrici. La realtà sul vaso è abbreviata e sintetizzata.  Il cimitero del Dipylon, che significa doppia porta in greco, si chiama così perchè si trova vicino alla doppia porta di Atene.

Cratere del Dipylon - 750 a.C.(periodo di formazione) - tornio veloce - ritrovato nel cimitero del Dipylon ad Atene - conservato al Museo Archeologico di Atene. I vasi greci sono sempre decorati a fasce orizzontali. Le decorazioni, nere su fondo color terracotta, sono costituite da motivi geometrici. La realtà sul vaso è abbreviata e sintetizzata. Il cimitero del Dipylon, che significa doppia porta in greco, si chiama così perchè si trova vicino alla doppia porta di Atene.

MIA is in possession of looted red figure 5th cen. BCE pottery!!!!

MIA is in possession of looted red figure 5th cen. BCE pottery!!!!

Berlin F 2180, Attic red figure calyx krater, ca. 510-500 B.C. An athlete's slave boy helps him prepare for competition. Photograph by Maria Daniels, courtesy of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Preußischer Kulturbesitz: Antikensammlung

Berlin F 2180, Attic red figure calyx krater, ca. 510-500 B.C. An athlete's slave boy helps him prepare for competition. Photograph by Maria Daniels, courtesy of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Preußischer Kulturbesitz: Antikensammlung

Epiktetos (fl. c. 520 - 490 BCE), signed, Musee du Louvre, Paris G7 (500 BCE; excavated at Vulci, Etruria, Italy). Red-figure plate.

Epiktetos (fl. c. 520 - 490 BCE), signed, Musee du Louvre, Paris G7 (500 BCE; excavated at Vulci, Etruria, Italy). Red-figure plate.

Athenian pottery decorated with a scene of handsome boys posing for pederasts at a gymnasium. Classical period 5th CT BC

Athenian pottery decorated with a scene of handsome boys posing for pederasts at a gymnasium. Classical period 5th CT BC

Kylix attica a figure rosse con atleta che attinge acqua da un pozzo del primo trentennio del V secolo a.C.

Kylix attica a figure rosse con atleta che attinge acqua da un pozzo del primo trentennio del V secolo a.C.

Drinking cup (kylix) with nude archer which crouches in ambush. He holds a shield with an elaborate shield device of a horse and rider. His quiver is tied around his shoulder and he wears a Scythian cap, distinctive to the non-Greek people who lived in the regions north and east of the black sea, who were famed archers. Provenance  By 1901: with Edward Perry Warren (according to Warren's records: Bought in Athens: from Locris.); purchased by MFA from Edward Perry Warren, December 1901

Drinking cup (kylix) with nude archer which crouches in ambush. He holds a shield with an elaborate shield device of a horse and rider. His quiver is tied around his shoulder and he wears a Scythian cap, distinctive to the non-Greek people who lived in the regions north and east of the black sea, who were famed archers. Provenance By 1901: with Edward Perry Warren (according to Warren's records: Bought in Athens: from Locris.); purchased by MFA from Edward Perry Warren, December 1901

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