I am particularly interested in Euphronios at the moment and note that Bothmer donated the following fragments to the New York MMA.
- 1977.192.3a-c. 3 fragments of a red-figured cup. Attributed to Onesimos and signed by Euphronios as potter.
- 1983.524.2. Fragment of a neck-amphora. [Euphronios no. 24]
- 1983.524.3a-b. 2 fragments of a cup potterd by Kachrylion and attributed to Euphronios. [Euphronios no. 39]
- 1983.524.4. Fragment of a cup attributed to Euphronios. [Euphronios no. 40]
- 1983.524.5. Fragment of a cup attributed to Euphronios.
- 1985.228.8.a-o. 15 fragments of a red-figured neck-amphora. Join Louvre Cp 11187. [Euphronios no. 16]
- 1988.233.1. Fragment of red-figured cup attributed to Euphronios.
- 1989.382.1. 11 fragments of a red-figured cup. Helen abducted by Theseus. [Euphronios no. 38]
- 1989.382.2. Fragment of a red-figured cup. Nessos and Deianeira. [Euphronios no. 52]
Where were these neck-amphorae and cups discovered? Who has handled them? Who were the proprietors before Bothmer? What do they join?
I also note that the fragment formerly owned by Ariel Herrmann and loaned to Princeton (L.1984.56 = Euphronios no. 25) now is New York MMA 2001.563 (Gift of Ariel Herrmann in memory of Lydia Mannara). This was attributed by J.R. Guy, along with a second fragment, Princeton L.1984.57 [Euphronios no. 26].