Aristode'mus (*)Aristo/dhmos), artists.
1. A painter, the father and instructor of Nicomachus [NICOMACHUS], flourished probably in the early part of the fourth century B. C. (Plin. Nat. 35.10. s. 36
2. A statuary, who lived after the time of Alexander the Great. Among other works of his Pliny (34.8. s. 19
) mentions a statue of king Seleucus. To what country he belonged is uncertain.
3. A painter, a native of Caria, contemporary with Philostratus the elder, with whom he was connected by the ties of hospitality.
He wrote a work giving an account of distinguished painters, of the cities in which painting had flourished most, and of the kings who had encouraged the art. (Philostr. Prooem. Icon.
p.4, ed. Jacobs.)