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Vase painters familylocked

  • D. C. Kurtz,
  • Elizabeth Moignard,
  • John H. Oakley,
  • Jody Maxmin,
  • Heide Mommsen,
  • Lucilla Burn,
  • Mary B. Moore,
  • Nicolas Coldstream,
  • Beth Cohen,
  • Johannes Burow,
  • Maria Pipili,
  • Bettina Jeske,
  • Margot Schmidt,
  • Diana Buitron-Oliver,
  • H. A. G. Brijder,
  • Reinhard Stupperich,
  • Adrienne Lezzi-Hafter,
  • Irma Wehgartner,
  • Ian McPhee,
  • M. A. Tiverios,
  • Thomas Mannack,
  • A. Lebel,
  • L. Berge,
  • Mathias Prange,
  • Susan B. Matheson
  •  and Warren G. Moon


This article covers Greek and South Italian vase painters of the 7th–3rd century bc. Vase painters distinguished by small capital letters have separate biographical entries within this article.

D. C. Kurtz

Ancient Greek vases can be classified by period, place of production, fabric, shape, technique, and decoration. It is also possible to identify styles of individual artists when sufficient vases have been preserved from a single area of production over a significant period and when these display similar decorative figures and patterns. Most Greek vase painters so far identified were active either in Athens during the 6th to 4th centuries ...

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Corpus vasorum antiquorum
Enciclopedia dell’arte antica, classica e orientale, 7 vols and suppls (Rome, 1958–73)