An Attic Black-Figured Amphora of Panathenaic Shape, Attributed to Close to the Princeton Group, Circa 540 B.C.
- An Attic Black-Figured Amphora of Panathenaic Shape, Attributed to Close to the Princeton Group
- Glazed terracotta
- Height 15 1/2 in. 39.4 cm.
English private collection, by descent (Christie's, London, October 27th, 2009, no. 187, in fragments)
For two related examples in The Metropolitan Museum of Art see M. B. Moore, "The Princeton Painter in New York", Metropolitan Museum Journal, vol. 42, 2007, p. 29, figs. 14-15, and 36, figs. 23-25 (inv. no. 1989.281.89, also with a musical contest on its reverse, attributed by Dietrich von Bothmer to the Princeton Painter, and a full-size Panathenaic amphora by the artist, inv. no. 53.11.1).