Ancient Greek painters
Eupompus (Ancient Greek: Εὔπομπος) was the founder of the great school of painting which flourished in the 4th century BC at Sicyon in Ancient Greece. He was eclipsed by his successors, and is chiefly remembered for the advice which he is said to have given to Lysippus to follow nature rather than any master. His work is mentioned as a winner of a game bearing the palm.
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