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Lèkythos pestana a figure rosse con il giardino delle Esperidi Attribuita al ceramografo Assteas, ca. 350-340 a.C. Già J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibucartoline

Lèkythos pestana a figure rosse con il giardino delle Esperidi Attribuita al ceramografo Assteas, ca. 350-340 a.C. Già J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibucartoline

Lécito de figuras negras con escena de centauromaquia

La decoración de la cerámica griega tuvo desde sus orígenes un carácter de excepcionalidad y de refinamiento artístico como no tuvo ninguna otra cerámica de las civilizaciones de su entorno

Black-figured water-jar (hydria) with mythical and real scenes  British Museum   Etruscan, about 510-500 BC From Vulci, ancient Etruria  A kicking centaur  The Etruscans not only imported Greek pottery, but also copied the techniques of Greek vase-painting.  The vase is decorated with a mixture of mythological and real scenes. On the shoulder is a scene of the laying out of the dead, with attendants making gestures of mourning as they approach the bier carrying clothes.

Black-figured water-jar (hydria) with mythical and real scenes British Museum Etruscan, about 510-500 BC From Vulci, ancient Etruria A kicking centaur The Etruscans not only imported Greek pottery, but also copied the techniques of Greek vase-painting. The vase is decorated with a mixture of mythological and real scenes. On the shoulder is a scene of the laying out of the dead, with attendants making gestures of mourning as they approach the bier carrying clothes.

Cerámica griega - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Esta pieza fue encontrada en la Necropolis de Dypilon. Siglo VIII ac Gracia

Hydrie : centauromachie Dernier quart du VIe siècle avant J.-C. Production : Cerveteri Terre cuite  - Etrurie | Site officiel du musée du Louvre

Hydrie : centauromachie Dernier quart du VIe siècle avant J.-C. Production : Cerveteri Terre cuite - Etrurie | Site officiel du musée du Louvre

Crater de Dipilo.

gran anfora del dipylon, tumba femenina, s VIII a.C.

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