Euphronius

Euphronius

 

an ancient Attic vase painter and potter of the late sixth and early fifth century B.C.

Euphronius, a preeminent representative of the “severe style,” may have begun in the black-figure technique. In his decorations, which had mythological and genre subjects, he sought to render complex movements. Works by Euphronius include the kylikes Battle of Heracles and Gervon and Horsemen, both in the Museum Antiker Kleinkunst in Munich, the crater Battle of Heracles With Antaeus, and Psycter With Hetaerae, which is in the Hermitage in Lenin-grad. Euphronius may also be the potter of the Pelike With Swallow.

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5) shows Euphronius, the artist he most emulates, courting Leagrus, while the athlete and boy with lyre in the larger scene situate the encounter among the pastimes and at sites favored by the contemporary Athenian elite.
(64) The vessel is the product of another member of the workshop of Euphronius, contemporary with the swallow painter, and, together with the Saint Petersburg vase, this pelike stands as one of the very first examples of the single-piece variety; here, too, a palmette pattern in a running band marks off the neck as a distinct entity, for all the actual seamlessness of the join.
Silver has written a page-turner in this true account of the police trail into the international dealings, not always legal, that lay behind a priceless Greek vase by the celebrated painter Euphronius which surfaced in the 1990s.
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His use of Euphronius, his children's schoolmaster, as a messenger ('Ambassador from Anthony' in the stage direction, TLN 2115) to Caesar in III.12 is the beginning of a sequence that ends with the whipping of Thidias.
(42) In addition, Italy recently negotiated a deal for the return of the famed Euphronius krater with the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Met) in New York City.
When the central dialogue is read to Euclides and Terpsion Socrates is presented together with Theodorus watching three people approach.(52) One of them is Theaetetus about whom Socrates knows that he is the son of the rich man Euphronius, though he has never met him and does not know his name, while Theodorus, Theaetetus' teacher, has come to know him quite well, both as a promising mathematician and as a sterling character.
Photo: The Hunts' collection of Greek vases includes works by several noted classical vase painters, among them a kylix-krater signed by the famed Euphronius.
(33) This is effectively conveyed in the vase-painting by Euphronius reproduced here (fig.
The image of orphan and trustee is established at the outset when Socrates notes that Theaetetus's father, Euphronius of Sunium, was a man of great substance ([Mathematical Expression Omitted]; 144c7) and Theodorus adds that the trustees have squandered his estate.