Wedding Painter

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A man and a hetaera (her status indicated by the money-bag hanging from the wall) having sexual intercourse. Interior painting of a red-figure kylix, ca. 480/470 BC. Munich, Staatliche Antikensammlungen.
The Wedding painter's name vase, a pyxis, ca.470/460 BC. Louvre L 55.

Wedding Painter is the conventional name for an ancient Greek vase painter active in Athens from circa 480 to 460 BC. He painted in the red-figure technique. His name vase is pyxis in the Louvre (Paris). It depicts the wedding of Thetis and Peleus.

Works[edit]

krater 1388 • pyxis 14908
fragment of a bowl 584 • fragment of a bowl stand 4339
bowl 924 A
lip cup F 2547
  • Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico
fragment of a bowl 373 • bowl 374
  • Bonn, Akademisches Kunstmuseum
bowl 144 A
bell krater 95.26
  • Chiusi, Museo Archeologico Nazionale
bowl 1845
bowl 1090 • bowl 1104
  • Ferrara, Museo Nazionale di Spina
skyphos T 441
fragment of a bowl 11 B 10 • fragment of a bowl 17 B 7 • fragment of a bowl 20 B 11 • fragment of a bowl PD 28 • fragment of a bowl PD 172 • fragment of a bowl PD 289 • fragment of a bowl PD 563
Fragment of a bowl
hydria E 226
bowls
pyxis
pyxis 39.11.8
  • Padula, Salerno, Museo Archeologico della Lucania Occidentale nella Certosa di Padula
Fragment of a bowl stand
  • Paris, Musée National du Louvre
bowl CP 10952 • fragment of a bowl CP 11605 • fragment of a bowl CP 11606 • fragment of a bowl CP 11607 • fragment of a bowl CP 11608 • fragment of a bowl CP 11609 • fragment of a bowl CP 11610 • fragment of a bowl CP 11611 • bowl G 269 • bowl G 630 • pyxis L 55
lekythos 22.62
2 fragments of bowls • fragment of a skyphos
fragment of a kantharos 34.157
bell krater 1771 • bowl 2150
bowl 71

Bibliography[edit]

  • John Beazley: Attic Red-figure Vase-painters, 2nd ed. Oxford 1963, p. 922-924.

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Source of Translation[edit]

This article incorporates information from this version of the equivalent article on the German Wikipedia.