Arthur Dale Trendall

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Arthur Dale Trendall AC CMG (1909 –1995) was a New Zealand-born Australian art historian and classical archaeologist whose work on identifying the work of individual artists on Greek ceramic vessels at Apulia and other sites earned him international prizes and a papal knighthood. Educated at the University of Otago (1926–29) and the University of Cambridge (1931–33), Trendall was professionally associated with the University of Sydney and Australian National University. He was Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Master of University House at the latter institution.[1]

In World War II he was a cryptographer at FRUMEL in Melbourne.[2]

Honours[edit]

In the New Years Honours of 1961, Trendall was appointed a Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG), in recognition of his service as "Vice-Chancellor" of the Australian National University.[3]

On 20 July 1961 he was appointed Cavaliere Ufficiale Ordine al Merito della Repubblica Italiana.[4]

In the Australia Day Honours of 1976, he was appointed a Companion of the Order of Australia.[4]

Selected works[edit]

  • Paestan Pottery. A Study of the Red-Figured Vases of Paestum (London 1936)
  • Frühitaliotische Vasen. Bilder griechischer Vasen 12 (Leipzig 1938)
  • Vasi antichi dipinti del Vaticano. Vasi italioti ed etruschi a figure rosse (Città del Vaticano 1953)
  • Phlyax vases. 2. ed. (London 1967) (University of London. Institute of Classical Studies. Bulletin supplements, 19)
  • The red-figured vases of Lucania, Campania and Sicily [2 Bde.] (Oxford 1967) (University of London. Institute of Classical Studies. Bulletin supplements, 26)
  • with T. B. L. Webster: Illustrations of Greek drama (London 1971)
  • Early South Italian vase-painting. Revised 1973 (Mainz 1974)
  • The red-figured vases of Apulia, 1. Early and Middle Apulian (Oxford 1978)
  • The red-figured vases of Apulia, 2. Late Apulian. Indexes (Oxford 1982)
  • The red-figured vases of Lucania, Campania and Sicily. Third supplement. Consolidated (London 1983) (University of London. Institute of Classical Studies. Bulletin supplements, 41)
  • with Alexander Cambitoglou: First supplement to the red-figured vases of Apulia (London 1983) (University of London. Institute of Classical Studies. Bulletin supplements, 42)
  • with Ian McPhee: Greek red-figured fish-plates (Basel 1987) (Antike Kunst. Beihefte, 14)
  • The red-figured vases of Paestum (Rom 1987)
  • Red figure vases of South Italy and Sicily. A handbook. London, Thames and Hudson 1989 = Rotfigurige Vasen aus Unteritalien und Sizilien. Ein Handbuch. Mainz, Zabern 1991. ISBN 3-8053-1111-7
  • with Ian McPhee: Addenda to "Greek red-figured fish-plates". In: Antike Kunst 33 (1990) 31-51
  • with Alexander Cambitoglou: Second supplement to the red-figured vases of Apulia, 1-3 (London 1991-92) (University of London. Institute of Classical Studies. Bulletin supplements, 60)

Secondary Literature[edit]

  • Alexander Cambitoglou (Hrsg.): Studies in honour of Arthur Dale Trendall (Sydney 1979)
  • Arthur Dale Trendall. Bibliography 1934–1987. In: Greek colonists and native populations. Proceedings of the First Australian Congress of Classical Archaeology, Sydney 9–14 July 1985 (Canberra 1990) 649-655.
  • The Times (London), 4. December 1995
  • John Richard Green, Ian McPhee: "Kein Wort von ihnen, schau und geh vorüber". Zum Tod von Arthur Dale Trendall. In: Antike Welt 27 (1996) 67-68.
  • Henri Metzger: Arthur Dale Trendall, 1909 - 1995. In: Revue archéologique 1996, 411-413.
  • L. Cozza Luzi: Arthur Dale Trendall, 1909–1995. In: Atti della Pontificia academia romana di Archeologia. Rendiconti 70 (1997–98) 321-322.

References[edit]

  1. ^ John Boardman (25 November 1995). "Obituary: Professor A. D. Trendall". The Independent. 
  2. ^ page 42-43 of Battle Surface: Japan’s Submarine War Against Australia 1942-44 by David Jenkins ISBN 0-09-182638-1
  3. ^ It's an Honour: CMG
  4. ^ a b It's an Honour: AC

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