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Apotheosis of Homer

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Image collection The jasperware vase with applied reliefs (1786), impressed WEDGWOOD, known as the 'Pegasus Vase', takes its name from the winged horse which is depicted on its lid. The main scene was designed by J. Flaxman junior, and shows the 'Apotheosis of Homer', copied from a Greek vase bought by the British Museum in 1763 from the Hamilton collection (GR 1772.3-20.26 (Vase E 460))., The jasperware vase with applied reliefs (1786), impressed WEDGWOOD, known as the 'Pegasus Vase', takes its name from the winged horse which is depicted on its lid. The main scene was designed by J. Flaxman junior, and shows the 'Apotheosis of Homer', copied from a Greek vase bought by the British Museum in 1763 from the Hamilton collection (GR 1772.3-20.26 (Vase E 460))., The Apotheosis of Homer scene, as depicted on a jasperware plaque (1786) in the British Museum. Marks: WEDGWOOD impressed twice.

The jasperware vase with applied reliefs (1786), impressed WEDGWOOD, known as the 'Pegasus Vase', takes its name from the winged horse which is...

Apotheosis of Homer, Pegasus, vases, Sir William Hamilton, Wedgwood, Collectors, Jasperware, Attic Red Figure, 18th century, Enlightenment view
Link APOTHEOSIS OF HOMER CALYX KRATER. GR 1772.3-20.26 (Vase E 460)

This link takes you to an image, plus further information and links, of the Greek Calyx-krater (wine bowl), circa 440...

Apotheosis of Homer, Attic Red Figure, vases, Sir William Hamilton, Collectors, Greek art view
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