What are vases?

Some articles on vases, vase:

Eucharides Painter - Vases
... Examples of attic vases attributed to the Eucharides painter are on display around the world, e.g ... the killing of Hektor by Achilles (Beazley Archive Vase Number 202267) London, British Museum (no ... (Beazley Archive Vase Number 302996) ...
Apulian Vase Painting
... Apulian vase painting was the leading South Italian vase painting tradition between 430 and 300 BC ... Of the circa 20,000 surviving specimens of Italian red-figure vases, about half are from Apulian production, while the rest are from the four other centres of production, Paestum ... The main production centre for Apulian vases was at Taras, the only large Greek polis in Apulia ...
Meidias Painter - Overview
... John Beazley attributed 22 vases and fragments to the Meidias Painter with a further 2 possible ascriptions, certain attribution is complicated by the large number of ... includes 9 individually identifiable artists or groups the total number of distinct vases Beazley gives to the Meidias Painter and his circle is 192 ... The latest catalogue raisonné list 36 vases by the Meidias Painter, 34 by named followers and 167 under the "manner of the Meidias Painter" ...
Lydos - Style
... For that reason, many vases are simply described as in the style of Lydos ... He was the last Attic painter to decorate large vases entirely with polychrome animal friezes in the Corinthian style ... The Lydos Group did not only paint large vases, but also known for miniature work ...
Phlyax Play - The Vase Paintings
... The so-called Phlyax vases are a principal source of information on the genre ... By 1967, 185 of these vases had been identified ... The vases first appeared at the end of the 5th century BCE, but most are 4th century ...