- Record number: 5354
- Site: Caere
- Roof element: Painted wall plaque
- Comparanda: Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek painted wall plaques from Caere
- Remarks: Painted plaque decorated with male figure to left. Finished left edge. Head and hand resemble banqueter, but too close to edge. Said to have been in Collection Virgi 1947-1968, then London art market 1982. Listed in "Acquisitions 1983" of Getty Museum Journal 12 (1984), p. 255.
- Bibliography: Pieraccini 2011, pp. 64-66, fig. 6
- Publication record: The colors of Caere
- Type of decoration: Male figure to left, wearing tutulus
- Current Collection: J. Paul Getty Museum: 83.AD.211.4
- Mouldmade: no
- Height: 18
- Width: 28.5
- MPD: 2.7
- Clay: 7.5YR 5/6
- Paint: Cream slip 10YR 7/4. At top black box with black irregular wavy-edged design above 3 horizontal stripes, black/ red/ black separated by cream ground. Red skin 7.5R 4/4 and stripe 5R 4/4. Black hair and stripe, box, outline of figure, decoration on tutulus, pupil. Orange tutulus and object 2.5YR 6/6. Brown, 2nd figure(?) to right of tutulus 5YR 5/3.
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