Volume 6 (OPA 9)


Greek Vases in the J. Paul Getty Museum: Volume 6 (OPA 9)


208 pages

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This is the sixth in a series of books that document the vast collection of Greek vases in the Getty Museum. In this volume are eight essays—in English, German, or Italian—that shed light on a number of objects from the Museum’s fine collection of antiquities. Included is the identification of a new Corinthian painter by C.W. Neeft, professor at the University of Amsterdam; the publication of three Caeretan hydriai by J. M. Hemelrijk, professor emeritus at the University of Amsterdam; and the reconstruction of an important early krater by the Berlin Painter, discussed by Mary B. Moore, professor of art history at Hunter College, CUNY. Also in this volume is a treatment (in German) by Anneliese Kossatz-Deissmann of the Archäologisches Institut, Universität Würzburg, of a parody of a phlyax comedy on a South Italian vase, as well as essays by Petra Reichert-Südbeck, an independent scholar in Germany; Glenn Markoe, curator of Classical and Near Eastern art at the Cincinnati Art Museum; Flavia Zisa, an independent scholar in Florence, Italy; and Ruth Lindner, a scholar at the Universität Würzburg.

Table of Contents

  • What Is in a Name? The Painter of Vatican 73 in the Getty
    C.W. Neeft
  • Ein Troianisches Pferd auf einer mittelkorinthischen Kotyle
    Petra Reichert-Südbeck
  • An Attic Black-figured Column-Krater in Malibu: Dionysiac Sparagmos and Omophagia
    Glenn Markoe
  • Frammenti di Anfore Panatenaiche Arcaiche al J. Paul Getty Museum
    Flavia Zisa
  • Athena rechtsgewandt: Eine Panathenäische Preisamphora des Schaukelmalers im J. Paul Getty Museum
    Ruth Linder
  • Three Caeretan Hydriai in Malibu and New York
    J. M. Hemelrijk
  • The Berlin Painter and Troy
    Mary B. Moore
  • Medeas Widderzauber als Phlyakenparodie
    Anneliese Kossatz-Deissmann