Collection: Budapest, Szepmuveszeti
Summary: Eunomia, Eukleia, and Apollo
Ware: Attic Red Figure
Painter: In the manner of the Meidias Painter
Date: ca. 410 BC - ca. 400 BC
Dimensions: H. 0.23 m; max. diam. (body) 0.117 m
Primary Citation: ARV2, 1324.41bis
Shape: Oinochoe
Beazley Number: 220595
Period: High Classical

Decoration Description: Eunomia (labelled), standing 3/4-view to the right, with her weight on her left leg, wearing a peplos, a short pony tail, and black hoop earrings surrounded by wisps of hair, rests her right hand on her hip, and a string of beads in her lowered left hand; nude Apollo (labelled), seated 3/4-view to the right on drapery on a rock (?), raises his right foot on a low rock, and turns his head profile to the left, wearing an olive wreath, rests his right hand on a rock, and his left elbow on his left thigh, holds a long olive branch that rests on the inside of his left leg, and on his left shoulder; Eukleia (labelled), standing near profile to the left, wearing a belted peplos, a high pony tail, and black hoop earrings, raises her right foot on a high rock, and places her left hand on her right knee, and holds in her right hand a white garland toward Apollo.

Sources Used: B. Caprez-Csornay, "The András Alföldi Collection," Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest. Newsletter (undated); Shapiro 1993, 74-75, 235 no. 23, figs. 26-27; Add2, 364; Boardman 1989a, fig. 301; LIMC, 4.49 s.v. Eukleia no. 2, pl. 22 (A. Kossatz-Deissmann), 64 s.v. Eunomia no. 10 (A. Kossatz-Deissmann); I. Wehgartner, "Das Ideal massvoller Liebe auf einem attischen Vasenbild. Neues zur Lekythos F 2705 im Berliner Antikenmuseum," JdI 102 (1987) 195 fig. 8; LIMC, 2.274 s.v. Apollon no. 733 (B. Lambrinudakis et al.); D. Cramers and E. Simon, "Ein neues Werk des Meidiasmalers," AA 1978, 71 n. 8; J.G. Szilágyi and M. Szábo, Antik Kiállítás (Budapest 1974) 51-52 fig. 31; Hamdorf 1964 111 no. 440f; Hampe 1955, 120g, 121; Métzger 1951, 19; Schefold 1937, 63, 71-72, fig