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black-figure

Saltos de línea: black-figure

Definición de black-figure en inglés:

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[usually as modifier]
A type of ancient Greek pottery, originating in Corinth in the 7th century bc, in which figures are painted in black, details being added by incising through to the red clay background: a black-figure amphora Compare with red-figure.
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  • In the 6th century, Athenian black-figure supplanted Corinthian and became the dominant ware with workshops exporting painted ceramics throughout the Mediterranean and beyond.
  • Another innovative formula appears in black-figure at about the same time on a cup by Sakonides.
  • Topically, the antiquities dealer presents a Greek black-figure amphora depicting scenes from the Olympic Games, of around 530-520 BC.

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