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By Craig Vandall Stevens
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83. The clearly articulated exterior of the Siana cup presents two possibilities for decoration: either the bowl and lip can be treated as two separate zones or they can be considered one single ground for the figures. " On side A is the mythical Calydonian boar hunt, with six men and three dogs actively attacking the huge animal who was sent by Artemis to ravage Calydon. Side B has a scene from the battle between the centaurs and the Lapiths. The half-horse, halfhuman centaurs provoked the battle by trying to carry off the women at the wedding of the Lapith king Perithoos.
6 cm. Checklist no. 111. This handsome fragment from a redfigure hydria is a perfect example of the fact that not all Greek vases can be attributed to a definite painter. The piece was placed by Beazley in association with the Pioneers, the great masters of the second generation of redfigure vase painting, but without being designated specifically as the work of Euphronios or Euthymides or Phintias. Even without a great name attached, the drawing is excellent. Only a part of the shoulder survives, depicting a scene of a quadriga race.
Little remains of a large red-figure calyx krater except the head of a satyr and part of the drinking horn he is holding. But the quality of the drawing remains striking. The skillful rendering of the hirsute eyebrow and beard and the grimacing expression of the wild man are rather superior to the usually modest products of Smikros, who was Euphronios' pupil and faithful companion. One is tempted to believe that the master retouched this drawing, as he did perhaps some of the other, better products of Smikros; it may even be possible that Euphronios allowed Smikros to sign Euphronios' own drawings, as, for example, the recently acquired amphora in Berlin.
Chip Carving Nature - An Artistic Approach by Craig Vandall Stevens