A Greek Attic Black-Figure Oinochoe
Fine example! Athens, Greece, Ca 510 to 500 BCE. Lovely terracotta wine vessel / oinochoe, done in black-figure technique; decorated with a single panel showing Dionysus seated next to Ariadne, one of the daughters of King Minos of Crete and his wife for eternity, both wearing long flowing robes, grape vines throughout the field, he holds a kantharos in his right hand, both with added red and white pigment. 7"H,
Provenance: Ex-private European Collection acquired at auction.
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Intact with small chip to the interior of the spout, as well as minor pigment wear, otherwise excellent.