Attic Black-Figured Pottery
Commentaries on the historical, technical, and formal backgrounds of Athenian black-figured ware and on each stage of its development are supplemented by plates of sixty-four amphora, hydria, cups, kraters, and other pieces
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ORIGINS OF ATTIC BLACKFIGURE
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Acropolis 606 Amasis Painter Antimenes Antimenes Painter Athens Attic black-figure attributed band-cup Beazley Bf amphora Bf lekythos Bf neck-amphora Bf Panathenaic amphora black silhouette black-figure painters black-figure period black-figure technique black-figured pottery bowl century B.C. Courtesy clay composition Corinth Corinthian influence decoration depicted dinos Diosphos Painter Droop cups early black-figure Exekias figures friezes Geometric Gordion Greek P.P. Greek Painting Greek pottery handles Herakles hydria incision inscriptions kalos inscription kalos name Kleitias Komast cups krater kylikes Late Bf Leagros Group lekythos Little Master cup London Loutrophoros Louvre Lydos mature black-figure Metropolitan Museum Museum of Art Nearchos neck neck-hydria Nikosthenes oinochoai oinochoe one-piece amphora orange-red oxide Panathenaic amphora Photo Plate potters and painters Psiax red-figure technique Rogers Fund scenes shape shoulder lekythos Siana cups signatures Six's technique sixth century B.C. skyphos Sophilos style of painting Taleides Tleson Type Unattributed 1 lip-cup white background York zone