), a painter, who is only known by an epigram of Cornelius Longinus, in which he is praised for having painted the great Athenian general Cynegeirus, not, as he was usually represented, with one hand cut off (see Hdt. 6.114
), but with both his hands still unmutilated; it being but fair, according to the conceit of the epigrammatist, that the hero should not be deprived of those hands which had won him immortal fame! (Brunck, Anal.
vol. ii. p. 200, Anth. Plan.
4.117.) We have no indication of the painter's age; he was perhaps contemporary with the poet.