Around the body, winged horses and a siren On the shoulder, ivy between eyes
The Micali Painter was the most prolific Etruscan black-figure artist of the last quarter of the sixth century B.C.. His workshop seems to have been located in Vulci, where a high proportion of his works have also been found. His style is distinctive because he gives the impression of painting his subjects with glaze, now more tightly, often quite loosely. Though he uses incised lines for articulation, they are of secondary importance.
Said to be from Umbria
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