The British Museum, London, United Kingdom
Artist/Maker Attributed to the Pourtalès Painter
Dionysos (sitting left, at the end of the couch) and Ploutos (sitting right, holding a cornucopia) surrounded by satyrs and maenads. A satyr is helping and supporting a drunken Hephaistos with his hammer (right). Eros plays with a goose at the bottom. Athenian red-figured krater, ca. 370/60 BC. Said to be from S. Agata dei Goti (Apulia, South Italy).
Credit line Formerly in the Pourtalès collection
Accession number GR 1865.1-3.14 (Cat. Vases F 68)
Location Main floor, room 20, Greek & Rome
Photographer/Source Bibi Saint-Pol (2006, 22 November)
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