The original askos by Makron dates to the first quarter of the 5th century BC and is now in a collection at Bowdoin College, Brunswick. It depicts two flying Erotes (Eros, god of love) on either side.
Makron, along with Douris and the Brygos Painter, was one of the first generation of red-figure artists in the 5th century BC. Noted for the amazing detail on clothing, hair and furniture, his favourite iconography included the Trojan Cycle, Dionysiac scenes, symposia and daily life.
red-figure askos: winged figures of Eros
- Height: 6.5cm Length: 9.5cm
This askos was made in Greece. This supplier no longer produces these pieces.
The vases themselves are manufactured in Greece, the images are then applied by transfer, before being painted by hand.