Attic vase painting

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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.
  • Williams' main research areas are the Attic vase painting, Greek goldsmith's art collection as well as questions of history.
  • By this time, Etruscan vase painting had begun to take its main influence from Attic vase painting.
  • It often contains mythological scenes, but the first erotic motifs in Attic vase painting also occur here.
  • Scientific research on Attic vase painting owes a great deal to John D. Beazley.
  • Lydos frequently painted mythological scenes and newly introduced several specific motifs of that genre to Attic vase painting.
  • The strong influence of red-figure Attic vase painting has convinced some experts that the artist who decorated the tomb was a Greek metic.
  • The introduction of this type and its specific decration into Attic vase painting is attributed to Exekias.
  • The black-figure technique was first applied in the middle of the 7th century BC, during the period of Proto-Attic vase painting.
  • Thus, in contrast to contemporary Attic vase painting, the red colour was not achieved by leaving areas unpainted but by adding paint to the black prime layer.
  • For the first time in Attic vase painting the inside of the cup was decorated with framed images (tondo).
  • East Greek Geometric vase painting, starting in the Middle Geometric period, shows a strong influence by Attic vase painting.
  • His images are clever, charming and sophisticated and his personal artistic development comes close to a reflection of the overall evolution of black-figure Attic vase painting at that time.
  • He was one of the first painters to use additional colours at a grand scale, thus increasing the optical and artistic distinction between Corinthian and Attic vase painting.
  • The theme is represented on Attic vase-painting and in freely reinterpreted cast terracotta miniatures.
  • He belongs to the transition from Late Geometric to Early Proto-Attic vase painting.
  • One of the key features of this most successful Attic vase painting style is the mastery of perspective foreshortening, allowing a much more naturalistic depiction of figures and actions.
  • Especially in its early and middle phases, the Geometric vase painting of the Cyclades was strongly influenced by Attic vase painting.
  • Around 560/550 BC, Samian potters began to produce black-figure vessels of types adopted from Attic vase painting.
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