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PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION, THE NETHERLANDS

A Lucanian Red-Figured Krater, attributed to the Creusa Painter, circa 390-370 B.C.
Estimate
6,0009,000
LOT SOLD. 16,250 GBP
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PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION, THE NETHERLANDS

A Lucanian Red-Figured Krater, attributed to the Creusa Painter, circa 390-370 B.C.
Estimate
6,0009,000
LOT SOLD. 16,250 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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A Lucanian Red-Figured Krater, attributed to the Creusa Painter, circa 390-370 B.C.
painted in front with a youth seated on a klismos and playing the lyre, a woman behind him crowning him with a wreath and holding an oenochoe, another woman dancing in front of him, three draped youths on the reverse; foot restored.
Height 33 cm.; diameter 32.6 cm.
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Provenance

Milo John Reginald Talbot, 7th Baron Talbot of Malahide 1912–1973), Ireland
his sister the honorable Rose Talbot (1916-2009), Malahide Castle, by inheritance from the above (Christie’s, London, April 27th, 1976, no. 208, pl. 18)
Geoffrey Turner, Galerij Ancient Art B.V., Amsterdam
private collection, Amsterdam, acquired from the above on January 24th, 1980

Literature

A. D. Trendall, The Red-figured Vases of Lucania, Campania and Sicily, 1967, p. 92, no. 478

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