K32.8 EROS & ATALANTA
|Museum Collection||Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland|
|Catalogue No.||Cleveland 66.114|
|Beazley Archive No.||275976|
|Ware||Attic Red Figure (White Ground)|
|Painter||Attributed to Douris|
|Date||ca 500 - 495 B.C.|
Eros, the winged god of love, flies after the maiden Atalanta in the race of the suitors. He holds a wreath of myrtle in one hand and a flowering frond in the other. Two more Erotes (not shown) follow behind the first.