about 540–530 B.C.
Painter the Affecter
Place of Manufacture: Greece, Attica, Athens
CVA Boston 1, pl. 19.
40.8 cm (16 1/16 in.)
Medium or Technique
Ceramic, Black Figure
Not On View
The body entirely black except for the rays at the bottom.
On the neck: A. At the left a bearded man in a richly decorated mantle holding a staff in his right hand; his left is raised towards two men wearing the chlamys. The fourth figure like the first but without a staff. B. Similar to A., the second figure being nude, with his chlamys over his arm. At the junction of the neck and shoulders a tongue pattern, red and black, above a chain of lotus-buds. Repaired.
Lent by W. S. Bigelow, 1877; made a gift Jan. 2, 1913.
William Sturgis Bigelow Collection