Italo-Corinthian Alabastron

Italo-Corinthian Alabastron

An ancient Italo-Corinthian Greek pottery alabastron of long tapering form with a pointed base, the body painted with four registers of waterfowl. Attributed to the Michigan Painter.

Etruria.
Middle Corinthian, ca. 575 - 550 BC.
Height: 6 7/8 in. (17.5 cm).
Intact.

Published: J.G. Szil gyi, Ceramica Etrusco-corinzia Figurata II, (1998), p. 604, no. 152, pl. 231h.

Formerly in the Tollmann collection, Cologne, Germany, acquired, in the 1960s - 70s.

Inv#: 8276

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