An Attic Black-figure Mastoid Cup<br><em>manner of the Haimon Painter<br>ca. 500 - 480 BCE</em>
An Attic Black-figure Mastoid Cup<br><em>manner of the Haimon Painter<br>ca. 500 - 480 BCE</em>
An Attic Black-figure Mastoid Cup<br><em>manner of the Haimon Painter<br>ca. 500 - 480 BCE</em>
An Attic Black-figure Mastoid Cup<br><em>manner of the Haimon Painter<br>ca. 500 - 480 BCE</em>
An Attic Black-figure Mastoid Cup<br><em>manner of the Haimon Painter<br>ca. 500 - 480 BCE</em>
An Attic Black-figure Mastoid Cup<br><em>manner of the Haimon Painter<br>ca. 500 - 480 BCE</em>
An Attic Black-figure Mastoid Cup<br><em>manner of the Haimon Painter<br>ca. 500 - 480 BCE</em>
An Attic Black-figure Mastoid Cup<br><em>manner of the Haimon Painter<br>ca. 500 - 480 BCE</em>
An Attic Black-figure Mastoid Cup<br><em>manner of the Haimon Painter<br>ca. 500 - 480 BCE</em>

An Attic Black-figure Mastoid Cup
manner of the Haimon Painter
ca. 500 - 480 BCE

CGA.26.670

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The body is a truncated “breast” (mastos), with flat base and everted rim. In cursory style Herakles is twice shown grappling with the Nemean Lion, witnessed by his crouching nephew, Iolaos, and a seated woman. The hero’s club, bow, and quiver are hung above, amid vines, but also held by Iolaos. Attributed to the manner of the Haimon Painter, one of the main black-figure artists of black-figure mastoid cups (and lekythoi) in the early 5th century BCE.

Reference: CGA.26.670

Artist: Manner of the Haimon Painter

Culture: Attic, Greece

Medium: Ceramic

Dimensions: 3 1/4 x 3 3/4 in. (8.26 x 9.53 cm)

Published: Beazley (1956) 559.497; BAPD 331594;

References: Collin, #168, p.24.; Original Clark Catalog., #168, p. 249, part 2. CGA (1928) p. 123, #2670; CGA (1932), p. 117, #2670. Illustrated p. 112 (shown).

Exhibited: "The William A. Clark Collection," Corcoran Gallery of Art, April 26-July 16, 1978.

Condition: Reassembled, a piece missing from one side filled and with overpainting, surface wear, minor loss of white slip but presents exceptionally well.

ProvenanceRaphaël Collin (1850 –1916) France, Senator William A. Clark (1839 - 1925) private Collection, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC, (1926 - 2014), American University Museum (2014 - 2021).  This piece is accompanied by paperwork assembled by the Corcoran Gallery of Art.

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