- Makron (vase painter)
Makron was an ancient Greek vase painter active in Athens ca. 490-480 BC. Though only one signed example of his work is known to have survived, some 350 vases have been attributed to him by Sir John Beazley, making him one of the best surviving painters of the red-figure period.
Makron is strongly associated with the potter Hieron. Beazley attributes all but three vases signed by Hieron as potter to Makron as painter, whereas earlier scholarship did not associate the two. Adolf Furtwängler was the first to do so.
- ^ The Getty Museum - Biography of Makron A vase-painter in Athens from about 490 to 480 B.C., Makron worked exclusively in the red-figure technique. He specialized in the decoration of cups but occasionally worked with other types of vessels. Unlike many other vase-painters of this period, Makron does not seem to have worked with a variety of potters, moving from workshop to workshop. Instead, he appears to have had a steady collaboration with the potter Hieron. Most of Makron's vases depict scenes from daily life: revelry, athletics, or erotica.
- ^ John Beazley, Attic Red-figure Vase Painters (2nd ed., Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1963) 458.
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