Quadriga (four-horse chariot) with warrior and charioteer
The painter here is clearly demonstrating his skill in depicting the galloping horses from a three-quarter frontal view.
Said to have been found in the vicinity of Athens
Before 1874, found in the vicinity Athens; briefly, with Professor Athanasios Sergiou Rhousopoulos, Athens; by 1874, purchased by Samuel G. Ward from Prof. A.S. Rhousopoulos, Athens; acquired 1875, gift of Samuel G. Ward.
Metropolitan Museum of Art. 1875. Fifth Annual Report of the Trustees of the Association for the Year ending May 1, 1875. p. 70, New York.
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Craft Horizons. 1945. "The Use of Handles in Design." Craft Horizons, 4(10). p. 17.
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