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The Tarquinia Painter (active ca. 470-460 BCE) was an ancient Attic vase painter working in red-figure technique during the early mid-5th century BCE. His artistic personality (for he never signed his work) has been extrapolated by John Beazley[1] from his type-piece, Tarquinia RC 1121, Museo Nazionale Tarquiniese, illustrated in Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum II, plate 22.1.

Achilles embassy Louvre G264 480/470 BC

Detail: Hermes


John D. Beazley. Attic Red Figure Vase Painters (2nd edition). Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1963: 866.1.


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