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Attic  red-figure column krater  by the Suessula Painter ATTIC RED-FIGURE COLUMN KRATER BY THE PAINTER DE SUESSULA

A departure scene with three Thracian warriors in opulent Eastern costume, a horse between the two at right, a woman wearing a chiton holding an oinochoe and a philae toward the central figure. Rev: Three draped youths in conversation.

The name of the painter de Suessula was given by John Beazley to the artist according to the place of discovery of a certain number of his amphorae. Probably of Corinthian origin, he worked in Corinth and in Athens.

Ca. 410-400 BC

H. 13 7/8 in. (35.3 cm.)

Ex English collection acquired in the 1960s.

BPP1401
$45,000


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Attic  red-figure column krater  by the Suessula Painter

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