Location: On Display in the Greece Gallery

From: Greece | Attica | Athens

Curatorial Section: Mediterranean

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Object Number MS5463
Current Location Greece Gallery - On Display
Culture Attic
Provenience Greece | Attica | Athens
Manufacture Location Attica
Creator Achilles Painter
Period Classical Greek Period
Date Made 460-450 BCE
Section Mediterranean
Materials Ceramic
Technique White Ground
Iconography Mistress | Maid | Tray | Mirror | Oinochoe | Dipinto | Funeral | Chair

Mistress and maid. Mistress seated in chair at left, facing right, holding a wreath. Maid standing at right looking toward mistress, holding a large tray in her left hand. In the field above the mistress are, L. to r., a triangular object from which depend two strings terminating in glaze dots; and a mirror. In the field between mistress and maid, above, is the dipinto inscription:(see card)In the field above and behind maid is an oinochoe. Intact.

Height 38.5 cm
Outside Diameter 12 cm
Credit Line Purchased from E. Canessa, 1916

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