Corinthian black-figure lidded-oinochoe with animal friezes - ROM2018_16949_8

ROM2018_16949_8

Corinthian black-figure lidded-oinochoe with animal friezes

Medium:Wheel-thrown earthenware, slip-painted with incised details
Geography: Made in Corinth, Greece; findspot unknown
Date: about 580-565 BC
Period: Greek Archaic period
Dimensions:
17.6 x 16.9 cm
Object number: 919.5.109.A
Credit Line: Sigmund Samuel Collection
On view
Gallery Location:Gallery of Greece
DescriptionThis jug (broad-based oinochoe) is decorated in black-figure style with an animal frieze on the body and on the shoulder. The animals include birds, sirens, panthers and a goat. The oinochoe still has its small trefoil lid. It is dated to the end of the Middle Corinthian period and was related to the work of the Ampersand Painter according to Hayes.
Collection:
Greek World
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