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GP1307

Apulian red-figure Pelike by the Hoppin Painter, ca. 380 - 360 BC

an enthroned Aphrodite or Hera and an attendant holding a mirror in which is reflected the face of Helen, lower left, who stand conversing with her brothers Castor and Pollux.  Reverse:  Helen between Dioscuroi.

Published:  A.D. Trendall, "The red-figure vases of Apulia, Supp. II" (1992) 497, 5/46b.

Dimensions: Height 34 cm (13 3/8 inches) 

Condition:  Complete and in very good condition overall.

Provenance:   Ex. Patricia Kluge collections, Charlottesville, Virginia, acquired from Royal Athena galleries in 1992.

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