Monday, July 23, 2007
Apulian Painter (c 350 BCE)
A pottery style dating from the mid fourth century that takes its name from the southern Italian region of Apulia. The style is characterized by black-glazed surfaces with decorations in red, white and yellow often involving floral and bird motifs.
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Powerpoint Presentation: Greek Art
COPAC UK: Apulian
Library of Canada: Greek Vases
Library of Congress: Apulian
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