|Collection:||Athens, National Archaeological Museum|
|Summary:||Eros at a wedding?|
|Ware:||Attic Red Figure|
|Painter:||In the manner of the Meidias Painter|
|Date:||ca. 410 BC - ca. 400 BC|
|Dimensions:||H. 0.112 m; max. diam. (body) 0.093 m|
Decoration Description: A male figure (face, left shoulder, and left arm missing), standing 3/4-view to the right, with his weight on his left leg, wearing a himation draped over his left shoulder, and an olive wreath, holds an inverted phiale in his right hand, at his side; Pompe (labelled; right arm and back missing, including the bottom of a lock of hair), standing 3/4-view to the right, head tilted down, wearing a peplos, a sphendone, tear-drop earrings, and sandals (emerging from below her hem) hangs her left hand by her side; a small, nude Eros (labelled vertically), crouched profile to the left, tying the left sandal of the female figure, wearing a narrow, red taenia; a large, winged, nude male, standing 3/4-view to the right, with his weight on his left leg, turns his head 3/4-view to the left, inclined down, wearing sandals, holds up to right, with both hands, sheaves of grain; a low brazier, under a kanoun; Hygieia (labelled), standing 3/4-view to the left, head inclined down, wearing a peplos, a himation draped down her back, and earrings; a youth, standing 3/4-view to the right, with his head turned profile to the left, wearing a himation draped over his left shoulder and arm, and an olive wreath, holds a frontal phiale in his lowered left hand.
Collection History: Part of the Vlasto Collection