1963 - 1983
1983 - 1986
Walter Bareiss Children Usufruct, sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1986.
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Group of the Floral Nolans (Greek (Attic), active about 470 B.C.)
Athens, Greece (Place Created)
36 × 29.6 cm (14 3/16 × 11 5/8 in.)
The owl was the symbol of the city of Athens. On this red-figure
Greeks used the kalpis, a variant form of
Lullies, Reinhard. Griechische Plastik, Vasen und Kleinkunst: Leihgaben aus Privatbesitz, exh. cat. (Kassel, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, 1964), no. 57, pl. 57, ill.
"Art Across the U.S.A.: Outstanding Exhibitions." Apollo 90 (October 1969), p. 346.
Bothmer, Dietrich von, and J. Bean. Greek Vases and Modern Drawings from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bareiss. Exh. checklist. (New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1969), p. 5, no. 56; ill., front cover..
Schauenburg, Konrad. "Herakles und Eulen auf einem Krater der Sammlung Geddes." Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archaeologischen Instituts, Roemische Abteilung 92 (1985), pp. 45-64, p. 54 and n. 74 (as Bareiss 25).
Kreuzer, Bettina. "Eulen aus Athen: 520-480 v. Chr." in Carina Weiss and Erika Simon (eds.), Ruth Linder. Folia in Memoriam Collecta (Dettelbach:Verlag J.H. Roll GmbH, 2010), 66-83, fig. 6.
Lynch, Kathleen M. The Symposium in Context: Pottery from a Late Archaic House Near the Athenian Agora. Hesperia Suppl. 46 (Princeton: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 2011), p. 86n81.
Zerrin Iren and Mahmut Boynudelik, Zeytinin Renkleri (Istanbul: Umur Yayinlari), p.42-43, pp. 42-43.
Saunders, David. "The Distribution of the Berlin Painter's Vases." In The Berlin Painter and His World. exh. cat. J.M. Padgett, ed. (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2017), p.128, footnote 73.
Padgett, J. M. (ed.), The Berlin Painter and His World. exh. cat. (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2017), p. 319, under no. 58, footnote 11, entry by A. C. Smith; p. 352, under no. 75, entry by J. H. Oakley; p. 362, under no. 80, footnote 3, entry by J. M. Padgett; p. 403, cat. no. FN 18.
Lesson in which students research and study artworks that depict Greek and Roman deities and present a mock TV talk show with the deities.
Visual Arts; English–Language Arts; History–Social Science