Attic vase painters

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  • The C Painter was one of the most important Attic black-figure vase painters.
  • Some of the most famous Attic vase painters belong to this generation.
  • Epiktetos was an Attic vase painter in the early red-figure style.
  • Group E (or E Group) was a group of Attic vase painters of the black-figure style.
  • Psiax was an Attic vase painter of the transitional period between the black-figure and red-figure styles.
  • 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.
  • The YZ Group is an assumed group of ancient Greek Attic vase painters of the red-figure style.
  • Pamphaios was an Attic vase painter active around the end of the 6th century BC.
  • The Piraeus Painter was one of the first Attic black figure vase painters.
  • The Gorgon Painter was one of the first Attic black-figure vase painters.
  • The Bellerophon Painter was one of the first Attic black-figure vase painters.
  • The term Three Line Group describes a group of Attic black-figure vase painters, as well as a type of vase.
  • The Castellani Painter was an Attic vase painter of the black-figure style.
  • The Lysippides Painter was an Attic vase painter in the black-figure style.
  • The Goltyr Painter was an Attic vase painter of the black-figure style.
  • The Swing Painter was an Attic black-figure vase painter, active in the third quarter of the sixth century BC.
  • The Euphiletos Painter was an Attic black-figure vase painter active in the second half of the sixth century BC.
  • The Daybreak Painter was an Attic black-figure vase painter, active in the late sixth and early fifth centuries BC.
  • Burgon Group is the conventional name given to a group of Attic black-figure vase painters active in the middle third of the sixth century BC.