Ancient Apulian Cantharus attributed to the Stuttgart group
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Cantharus with red-figures painted. On one face a seated woman, draped, holding a box and wreath, in the presence of another woman standing draped, holding a ribbon and garland. In the field an alabaster building. The other side is painted of a young naked man on a white painted horse. The ends of the handles are decorated with heads in relief. Glazed terracotta black and white and orange paint.
|Condition||Cracks and small restorations One handle reattached.|
|Dating||Greater Greece Apulia, 4th century BC. ca. 320 BC.|
|Provenance||Collection Dr Rene Anciaux Belgium the collection was established between 1974 and 1995|
|Size||High 26,3 cm|