The satyr stands beside a fruit tree, indicated by the added red dots on the branches. The round-bottomed basket is very like those in the apple-picking scene by the Orchard Painter (07.286.74). Behind the satyr hangs a wineskin. One surmises that, having done his work, the satyr is putting on the wreath before quenching his thirst.
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