A Campanian Red-figured Hydria, attributed to the APZ Painter, circa 330-300 B.C.
6,000 - 9,000 USD
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- A Campanian Red-figured Hydria, attributed to the APZ Painter
painted with a woman seated by a stele and holding a xylophone, the woman at left carrying a box and a situla, the woman at right carrying a laurel branch and a mirror, laurel branch with berries below the neck in front, tongues on the neck, an encircling wave pattern above the foot and on the overhanging rim, a large palmette flanked by volutes beneath the handles; the details in added red, white, and yellow.