Shallow bowl, low foot. Earthenware, covered entirely with a presumed tin-glaze. Painted on the front with, in a landscape: Apollo flaying Marsyas. On the reverse an inscription.

An00020385 001 l

Thing

Made Of
earthenware
Type of Thing
bowl
Subject
myth/legend, classical deity
Techniques
tin-glazed
Ware
Maiolica

People

Acquired From
Franks, Augustus Wollaston to The British Museum
About the Works Of
Ovid
Depicted
Marsyas, Apollo
Painter
Durantino, Francesco

Place

Made In
Monte Bagnolo, Perugia

Time

Acquired In
1895
Made
1547

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