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Artist: Painter of the Yale Cup, Greek, Attic, ca. 460-450 B.C.


ca. 460–450 B.C.

Terracotta. Red-figured, red clay, black glaze, worn on lip, turned red underneath foot

10.7 × 20.3 × 27.8 cm (4 3/16 × 8 × 10 15/16 in.)
other (Stem): 2.03 cm(13/16 in.)
other (Foot): 1.52 × 8.45 cm(5/8 × 3 5/16 in.)
other (inscription): 1.9 cm(3/4 in.)
Gift of Rebecca Darlington Stoddard
Not on view
Greek, Attic
Late Archaic
Containers - Ceramics

From Bari; ex coll. Paul Arndt, Munich. Purchased for Yale University by Rebecca Darlington Stoddard, 1913


Professor Paul V. C. Baur, Preliminary Catalogue of the Rebecca Darlington Stoddard Collection of Greek and Italian Vases in Yale University (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Art Gallery, 1914), 19, no. 167.

Sir John Davidson Beazley, Attic Red Figure Vases in American Museums (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1918), 96.

Joseph Clark Hoppin, A Handbook of Attic Red-Figured Vases Signed by or Attributed to the Various Masters of the Sixth and Fifth Centuries B.C., 2nd ed., 2 vols. (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1919), 479, no. 8.

Jay Hambidge, Dynamic Symmetry: The Greek Vase (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1920), 117, fig. 3.

Professor Paul V. C. Baur, Catalogue of the Rebecca Darlington Stoddard Collection of Greek and Italian Vases at Yale University, 1st ed. (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1922).

Mary B. Moore, “Attic red-figured and white-ground pottery,” The Athenian Agora 30 (1997).

Susan B. Matheson, Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, Yale University Art Gallery I (Mainz, Germany: Verlag Philipp von Zabern, 2011), 59–60, no. 56, pl. 62, fig. 53.

Note: This electronic record was created from historic documentation that does not necessarily reflect the Yale University Art Gallery’s complete or current knowledge about the object. Review and updating of such records is ongoing.