Attic Red-Figure Dinos Rim Fragment

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Attic Red-Figure Dinos Rim Fragment


Attributed to Kleophrades Painter (Greek (Attic), active 505 - 475 B.C.)


Greek (Attic)


Athens, Greece (Place Created)


500–480 B.C.



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18.1 × 4.9 cm (7 1/8 × 1 15/16 in.)

Credit Line:

Gift of Malcolm Wiener

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Small section of rim. On the top surface, a draped and wreathed youth holding a knobbly staff, reclining to right on a patterned cushion. At the left is the upper torso of one of his companions, sleeping on a cushion. To the right is the right leg and drapery of a third reclining youth. Two baskets hang in the background. On the outer edge of the fragment is a row of addorsed ivy leaves separated by a wavy line. On the interior is red-figure frieze of horizontal encircled palmettes, Belongs with 82.AE.50 and 76.AE.132.2.a-.e

- 1981

Malcolm Wiener (New York, New York), donated to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1981.


Robertson, Martin. "Fragments of a Dinos and a Cup Fragment by the Kleophrades Painter," Greek Vases in the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1. Occasional Papers on Antiquities, 1 (Malibu: The J. Paul Getty Museum, 1983): 51-54, no. A, figs. 1-3. Incorrectly identified by Robertson as 81.AE.148.

Oakley, John H. The Achilles Painter. Mainz: Verlag Philipp von Zabern, 1997, 84.

Gaunt, J. "The Berlin Painter and His Potters." In The Berlin Painter and His World. exh. cat. J.M.Padgett, ed. (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2017), p. 97.