An Apulian Red-figured Bell Krater, attributed to the Tarporley Painter, circa 410-390 B.C.
- An Apulian Red-figured Bell Krater, attributed to the Tarporley Painter
- Height 12 1/2 in. 31 .7 cm.
Arnold Ruesch (1882-1929), Zürich (Galerie Fischer, Lucerne, Sammlung A. Ruesch, Zürich: Griechische, etruskische und römische Altertümer, September 1st-2nd, 1936, no. 28)
William Randolph Hearst, San Simeon, California, inv. no. 3985
The Hearst Corporation (Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, Works of Art, Furniture & Architectural Elements Collected by the Late William Randolph Hearst, April 5th-6th, 1963, no. 79)
acquired by Jan Mitchell in 1963, presumably at the above sale
A. D. Trendall, "A South Italian Fragment in New York," American Journal of Archaeology. vol. 66, 1962
A.D. Trendall, Phlyax Vases (BCIS Supplement 19), 2nd. ed., London, 1967, no. (xiii)
A.D. Trendall, Early South Italian Vase-painting, Mainz, 1974, p. 51, no. B99, pl. 27a
A.D. Trendall and Alexander Cambitoglou, The Red-figured Vases of Apulia, vol. I, Oxford, 1978, p. 46, no. 2, pl. 13