- Identification and Creation
- Object Number
- Column Krater (mixing bowl for wine and water): Symposium; Cavalcade
- Work Type
- c. 585 BCE-575 BCE
- Creation Place: Ancient & Byzantine World, Europe, Corinth (Corinthia)
- Archaic period
- Persistent Link
- Physical Descriptions
- Terracotta; orange yellow clay
- 36.8 cm h x 31.2 cm diam (40.6 cm diam with handles) (14 1/2 x 12 5/16 in.; 16 in. diam with handles)
- [A. Emmerich Gallery, Art of the Ancients: Greeks, Etruscans and Romans, Feb. 7-Mar. 13, 1968, lot 3] sold; to Frederick M. Watkins, 1968, partial gift; to the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University.
- Acquisition and Rights
- Credit Line
- Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, David M. Robinson Fund and Gift of Frederick M. Watkins
- Accession Year
- Object Number
- Asian and Mediterranean Art
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- Side A: Symposium; Side B: Cavalcade; Handle zone: Griffin-birds; Handle plates: Bearded male busts in profile.
- Publication History
David Gordon Mitten and Suzannah F. Doeringer, "A Corinthian Krater in the Fogg Art Museum", Fogg Art Museum Acquisitions, 1968 (1968), pp. 33-43, pp. 33-43, figs. 1-4
The Frederick M. Watkins Collection, exh. cat., Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, MA, 1973)
David Gordon Mitten and Amy Brauer, Dialogue with Antiquity, The Curatorial Achievement of George M. A. Hanfmann, exh. cat., Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, MA, 1982), p. 10, no. 5.
- Exhibition History
Dialogue with Antiquity: The Curatorial Achievement of George M.A. Hanfmann, Fogg Art Museum, 05/07/1982 - 06/26/1982
The Frederick M. Watkins Collection, Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, 01/31/1973 - 03/14/1973
32Q: 3620 University Study Gallery, Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, 11/16/2014 - 02/13/2015
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