Haspels Addenda: Additional References to C. H. E. Haspels, Attic Black-figured Lekythoi

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OUP/British Academy, Jun 22, 2006 - Art - 84 pages
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Attic Black Figured-Lekythoi by C.H.E. Haspels was a groundbreaking work on Greek black-figure workshop vases, and is held by most archaeological libraries. Haspels Addenda is a valuable reference source, providing new information on and recording references to new illustrations of the more than 1,500 Greek black-figured vases catalogued by Haspels. The references are taken from books and periodicals received by the Sackler Library, formerly the Ashmolean Library, Oxford. Changes in the whereabouts of vases are included, together with references to vases added by Sir John Beazley to Haspels' lists. The format of this volume follows that that of Beazley Addenda. Similarly, Haspels Addenda is based on the Beazley Archive's database of Athenian black- and red-figure vases, which was inaugurated by the Beazley Archivist, Professor Donna Kurtz, and the Lincoln Professor of Art and Archaeology, Sir John Boardman, in 1979.
 

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Contents

EARLY GROUPS OF CYLINDER SHAPED LEKYTHOI
6
THE WORKSHOP OF THE BELDAM PAINTER
12
VASES BY THE EDINBURGH PAINTER
27
DIOSPHOS PAINTERS
45
XIIIB LEKYTHOI OF THE PHOLOS GROUP
53
VASES BY THE ATHENA PAINTER
60
PAINTER
72

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T. Mannack is at Faculty Research Associate, Beazley Archive, Ashmolean Museum.

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