Robin Symes (London, England), sold to Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman, 1988.
Not currently on view
Apulian Red-Figure Volute Krater
Attributed to the Underworld Painter (Greek (Apulian), active about 340 - 310 B.C.)
Greek (South Italian, Apulian)
Apulia, South Italy (Place Created)
63.5 cm (25 in.)
Gift of Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman
Funerary scenes decorate both sides of this
The combination of two funerary scenes, one with a naiskos and one with a stele, was a popular
Trendall, Arthur Dale, and Alexander Cambitoglou. Second Supplement to The Red-figured Vases of Apulia (Supplement to the Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies of the University of London, 60). London: 1991-1992, p. 162, no. 18/293b, pl. XLI.3.
Taplin, Oliver. Comic Angels. Oxford: 1993, p. 93, pl. 23.23.
True, Marion, and Kenneth Hamma, eds. A Passion For Antiquities. Ancient Art from the Collection of Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman, exh. cat. (Malibu: The J. Paul Getty Museum, 1994), pp. 139-42, cat. no. 62.
"Museum Acquisitions Between July 1, 1996, and June 30, 1998." The Report of the J. Paul Getty Trust (1997-98), p. 68.
Mcdonald, Marianne and J. Michael Walton, eds. The Cambridge Companion to Greek and Roman Theatre (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007), frontispiece illustration only.
Taplin, Olver, and Wyles, Rosie. The Pronomos Vase and Its Context (New York: Oxford University Press, 2010), pp.171,238, figs.10.6,13.2.
Oakley, John H. The Greek Vase: Art of the Storyteller (Los Angeles: The J. Paul Getty Museum, 2013), pp. 126-127, figs. 30-31.