The Suessula Painter's name derives from a site in Campania, in southern Italy, where several works of his were found. The Attic vases exported to Italy were a constant source of inspiration for local artists and spurred the development of a flourishing ceramic industry in the fourth century B.C. Although the subject on this vase is time-honored, the prominence of the added white paint represents an innovation.
Said to be from Suessula
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