Red figure loutrophoros (ceramic), attributed to the Darius Painter. South Italian, Apulian, ca. 335-325 B.C. One of four objects to be transferred in title to the Italian government but to remain on loan to the Princeton University Art Museum.
An Apulian Red-figure Loutrophoros Attributed to the Painter of Louvre: Leda and the Swan. With elaborate scenes on both sides, this loutrophoros or ritual vase is characteristic of the work of vase painters in southern Italy around 330 B.C.E.