Ancient Greek vase painters
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 55. Chapters: Euphronios, Hermonax, Kleophon Painter, Exekias, List of Greek vase painters, Brygos Painter, Douris, Berlin Painter, Kleophrades Painter, Darius Painter, Meidias Painter, Penthesilea Painter, Amasis Painter, Oltos, Andokides Painter, Reed Painter, Providence Painter, Wedding Painter, Foundry Painter, Sisyphus Painter, Achilles Painter, Varrese Painter, Dinos Painter, Analatos Painter, Euthymides, Nessos Painter, Ilioupersis Painter, Polyphemos Painter, Shuvalov Painter, Triptolemos Painter, Marsyas Painter, Epiktetos, Smikros, Onesimos, Jena Painter,…mehr

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 55. Chapters: Euphronios, Hermonax, Kleophon Painter, Exekias, List of Greek vase painters, Brygos Painter, Douris, Berlin Painter, Kleophrades Painter, Darius Painter, Meidias Painter, Penthesilea Painter, Amasis Painter, Oltos, Andokides Painter, Reed Painter, Providence Painter, Wedding Painter, Foundry Painter, Sisyphus Painter, Achilles Painter, Varrese Painter, Dinos Painter, Analatos Painter, Euthymides, Nessos Painter, Ilioupersis Painter, Polyphemos Painter, Shuvalov Painter, Triptolemos Painter, Marsyas Painter, Epiktetos, Smikros, Onesimos, Jena Painter, Eretria Painter, Baltimore Painter, Tarporley Painter, Affecter, Antimenes Painter, Pistoxenos Painter, Oreithyia painter, Meleager Painter, Asteas, Kleitias, Makron, Psiax, Aristophanes, Pioneer Group, Harrow Painter, Aison, Pan Painter, Phiale Painter, Phintias, Antiphon Painter, Apollodoros, Naucratis Painter, Lydos, YZ Group, Polygnotos, Mesogeia Painter, Acheloos Painter, Athena Painter, Honolulu Painter, Dipylon Master, Niobid Painter, Siren Painter, Sophilos, Tithonos Painter, Persephone Painter, Tarquinia Painter. Excerpt: Euphronios (circa 535 - after 470 BC) was an ancient Greek vase painter and potter, active in Athens in the late 6th and early 5th centuries BC. As part of the so-called "Pioneer Group," ( a modern name given to a group of vase painters who influenced the change in vase painting for the better). Euphronios was one of the most important artists of the red-figure technique. His works place him at the transition from Late Archaic to Early Classical art. In contrast to other artists, such as sculptors, no Ancient Greek literature sources refer specifically to vase painters. The copious literary tradition on the arts hardly mention pottery. Thus reconstruction of Euphronios's life and artistic development-like that of all Greek vase painters-can only be derived from his works. Modern scientific study of Greek pottery began near the end of the 18th century. Initially, interest focused on iconography. The discovery of the first signature of Euphronios in 1838 revealed that individual painters could be identified and named, so that their works might be ascribed to them. This led to an intensive study of painters' signatures, and by the late 19th century, scholars began to compile stylistic compendia. The archaeologist John D. Beazley used these compendia as a starting point for his own work. He systematically described and catalogued thousands of Attic black-figure and red-figure vases and sherds, using the methods of the art historian Giovanni Morelli for the study of paintings. In three key volumes on Attic painters, Beazley achieved a taxonomy that remains mostly valid to this day. He listed all known painters (named or unnamed) who produced individual works of art which can always be unmistakably ascribed. Today, most painters are identified, though their names often remain unknown Euphronios must have been born around 535 BC, when Athenian art and culture bloomed during the tyranny of Peisistratos. Most Attic pottery was then painted in the black-figure style. Much of
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  • Verlag: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Seitenzahl: 56
  • Erscheinungstermin: 18. November 2011
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 246mm x 189mm x 3mm
  • Gewicht: 130g
  • ISBN-13: 9781155157337
  • ISBN-10: 1155157338
  • Artikelnr.: 30110770