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Detail of a Kylix Attributed to Onesimos as Painter and Euphronios as Potter with a Drunk Man Vomiting in the Getty Villa, July 2008

Detail of a Kylix Attributed to Onesimos as Painter and Euphronios as Potter with a Drunk Man Vomiting in the Getty Villa, July 2008
Wine Cup with a Drunk Man Vomiting
Greek, made in Athens, about 490 BC
Terracotta
Red-figured kylix attributed to Onesimos as painter and Euphronios as potter

Inventory # 86.AE.285

In the center of this wine cup, a wreathed youth stoops to hold the head of his overindulgent companion. The Greek inscription along the the upper border reads: "Euphronios made me." Over a long and accomplished career, Euphronios (active 520-475 BC) both painted and potted vessels while Onesimos (active 525-500 BC) was one of the most skillful vase-painters of his generation.

Text from the Getty Villa museum label.

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