|Summary:||Interior: symposium (man reclining).|
|Ware:||Attic Red Figure|
|Painter:||Attributed to the Antiphon Painter|
|Date:||ca. 480 BC|
H. 9.5 cm., d. 24.4 cm., tondo 16.0 cm.
The vase is in fairly good condition. The surface is discolored and eroded.
Interior: symposium. A bearded man wearing a mantle reclines on a cushioned kline. He holds a phiale in his left hand, and his right hand rests on his raised knee. His head is turned as if to listen to a companion behind him. He wears a large wreath (painted white). A table stands in front of the kline, its legs ending in lions' feet. There is an inscription above the scene.
For the shape see Bloesch 79, Euphronios no. 52.
Above the scene:
The vase once belonged to the Dorow-Magnus collection.