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eBook Vase Painting in Italy: Red-Figure Related Works in the Museum of Arts, Boston ePub

by Michael J. Padgett

  • ISBN: 0878464069
  • Category: Crafts and Hobbies
  • Subcategory: Hobby
  • Author: Michael J. Padgett
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Museum of Fine Arts Boston; First Edition edition (December 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 275
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Vase-Painting in Italy book. Brief essays on the use of color in southern Italian vase-paintings, as well as a glossary, a concordance, and specialized indices provide useful information to the scholar and the generalist alike.

Vase-Painting in Italy book.

Book Description Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1993. PADGETT, J. MICHAEL - MARY B. COMSTOCK et al. Vase-painting in Italy. Condition: New. Red-figure and related works in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1993. 4t. 275 . color and b/w ills. New ISBN: 878464069 CATALOG: Archaeology KEYWORDS: Archaeology History of art Pottery Ceramics Italy Collection. Seller Inventory 62478. More information about this seller Contact this seller.

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Michael 1993Vase-painting in Italy: Red-figure and Related Works in the Museum of Fine Arts. The Boston Museum of Fine Arts owns a Portrait of a Young Man now attributed to Domenico Robusti, son of Jacopo Tintoretto

Michael 1993Vase-painting in Italy: Red-figure and Related Works in the Museum of Fine Arts. The Getty Kouros: Background on the Problem, inThe Getty Kouros Colloquium: Athens Athens: Nicholas P. Goulandris Foundation. The Boston Museum of Fine Arts owns a Portrait of a Young Man now attributed to Domenico Robusti, son of Jacopo Tintoretto. This article documents for the first time the painting's earlier provenance and its later arrival on the London art market

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Vase Painting in Italy. Red-Figure & Related Works in the Museum of Arts, Boston. by Michael J. Padgett. Published December 1993 by Museum.

In black-figure vase painting, figural and ornamental motifs were applied with a slip that turned . Greek Art from Prehistoric to Classical: A Resource for Educators. The Art of Vase-Painting in Classical Athens. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992.

In black-figure vase painting, figural and ornamental motifs were applied with a slip that turned black during firing, while the background was left the color of the clay. Vase painters articulated individual forms by incising the slip or by adding white and purple enhancements (mixtures of pigment and clay). In contrast, the decorative motifs on red-figure vases remained the color of the clay; the background, filled in with a slip, turned black. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2000.

Vase-Painting in Italy: Red-Figure and Related Works in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum. USA 35: The Cleveland Museum of Art 2. J. Michael Padgett, Jenifer Neils, Gisela Walberg. A Chalcedony Statuette of Herakles.

M. Padgett et a. Vase Painting in Italy: Red-Figure and Related Works in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, 1993, p. 192. . Green, Theatre in Ancient Greek Society, London, 1994, p. 59, fig. The Konnakis Painter, who takes his name from an inscription on a fragment in Taranto, was the first to paint figures entirely in added colors against the black glaze of the vase. His reverse figures are frequently rendered entirely by incision with only minimal details painted, as seen on the satyr presented here (see J. M. Padgett, op. ci.

Dionysos, Eros, Nike, Odysseus, and Zeus: the heroes and villains of ancient mythology make love, do battle, and plot revenge on vases from the 4th and 5th centuries B.C. Each of the 180 vases in this volume is examined in detail, with notes on provenance, publication history, and condition. Brief essays on the use of color in southern Italian vase-paintings, as well as a glossary, a concordance, and specialized indices provide useful information to the scholar and the generalist alike.