Attic vase

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  • Another subject that is unknown from Attic vase painting are the theatre scenes.
  • He is a typical representative of the Attic vase painting of his time.
  • Sophilos is the oldest Attic vase painter so far to be known by his true name.
  • The C Painter was one of the most important Attic black-figure vase painters.
  • Her name is not attested in literary sources, and is known solely from an Attic black-figure vase painting.
  • His name vase is his only piece to depict a complex narrative, but also the first Attic vase to do so at all.
  • Some of the most famous Attic vase painters belong to this generation.
  • Epiktetos was an Attic vase painter in the early red-figure style.
  • Williams' main research areas are the Attic vase painting, Greek goldsmith's art collection as well as questions of history.
  • Group E (or E Group) was a group of Attic vase painters of the black-figure style.
  • A key indicator for the export-oriented nature of Attic vase production is the nearly total absence of theatre scenes.
  • The scientific study of Attic vase paintings was advanced especially by John D. Beazley.
  • By this time, Etruscan vase painting had begun to take its main influence from Attic vase painting.
  • Psiax was an Attic vase painter of the transitional period between the black-figure and red-figure styles.
  • It often contains mythological scenes, but the first erotic motifs in Attic vase painting also occur here.
  • The Nikoxenos Painter was an Attic vase painter who worked in both the black-figure and red-figure styles.
  • Painter N was an Attic black-figure vase painter of the third quarter of the 6th century BC.
  • Scientific research on Attic vase painting owes a great deal to John D. Beazley.
  • He was presumably the last Attic vase painter to put animal friezes on large vases.
  • The YZ Group is an assumed group of ancient Greek Attic vase painters of the red-figure style.
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