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13. 13.81 KYLIX Youth running PLATE III and FIGURE 8

Diameter, 0.188 m., height, 0.074 m. Small kylix, broken but practically complete. Moulding at base of stem. Relief contours throughout, except for the lips. Hair contour reserved. No repainting on the figure.

Robinson, Cat., p. 142, no. 390. The shape is given in Caskey, G.G.V., p. 195, no. 149.

A youth running to right, with head turned back. A chlamys hangs over his outstretched right arm. His left hand holds a staff. A broad red fillet is tied about his head and hangs in a long streamer down his back. In the field, ΗΟ ΠΑΙΣ ΚΑΛΟΣ.

The latest of the paintings reproduced on this plate. To be dated, by the rendering of the eye and the back, at the beginning of the ripe archaic period, i.e. about 500 B.C. Assigned by Beazley to the group of the Triptolemos painter.12


ARV, p. 244, no. 16 (Triptolemos Painter); ARV2, p. 366, no. 83; CVA, Tübingen, 5, p. 27, under no. S./10 1367 (J. Burow).

Exhibited: The Brockton Art Center-Fuller Memorial, Sept. 4, 1975-July 1977 (S. K. Morgan, 1975, The Ancient Mediterranean, The Brockton Art Center-Fuller Memorial, in cooperation with the MFA, Boston, p. 23, no. 15, fig. 5); Utah Museum of Fine Arts, 1988-1991 (Padgett 1988, pp. 24-25, no. 10, illus.); Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, 1991-.


1 (From Addenda to Part I) No. 13. ARV. p. 244 no. 16: manner of the Triptolemos Painter and probably an early work by the artist himself.

2 (From Addenda to Parts I and II) P. 10 line 3: definitely assigned to the Triptolemos Painter himself in ARV.2 p. 366 no. 83.

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