The fish plate is of typical concave form on a short pedestal foot, with out-turned rim and a recessed tondo. Decorated with two bream and a torpedo fish, a clam in the background.
Prof. Hugo Munsterberg (1916 - 1995) Collection, New Paltz, New York, acquired in 1970
With Royal - Athena Galleries, New York, Art of the Ancient World, volume XVIII, 2007, no. 144
Collection of Dr. Georg Freiherr von der Goltz, Ballrechten-Dottingen, Germany
Private Collection, Switzerland
protruding pectoral fins and the white outlined eyes of the breams, as well as
the white outlined torpedo fish are characteristic of works by the Robinson Painter. For similar, cf. I. McPhee and A.D. Trendall, Greek
Red-figure Fish Plates, 1987, p. 84, pl. 24c.