Showing on A side, a central figure of a youth, seated on a rock with drapery about his lower body, a petasos behind his head, holding a spear in his right hand, flanked by two standing nude youths both wearing boots, one to the left with a chlamys pinned at the neck and a petasos behind his head, holding a spear in his left hand, a shield in his right, the other holding a pilos helmet in his right hand, a spear in his left, side (b) showing three youths draped in himatia, the central figure holding a staff in his left hand and an incense burner in his right, making an offering to a funerary stele in front of him, a band of meander and saltire squares along the baseline, a band of laurel around the neck between the handles.
Provenance: Ex Professor Peter Connor Collection, Melbourne, Australia. Acquired in 1979 / Acquired at Bonhams, London, Auction, 2008
Attached TL test
*Surface misfired; rim repaired and restored
Exhibited: On loan to the Museum of Mediterranean Antiquities, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, 2005 - 2008 / Ifergan Collection, Málaga (2018-2020)
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- pélike à figures rouges attribué au Peintre de Creusa, avec TL Test, EX-BONHAMS 34 x 23 cm
- Siècle/ Période
- Circa 390 B.C. (TL test included)