Aristophanes (Greek: Ἀριστοφάνης; active between 430 and 400 BC in Athens) was an ancient Greek vase painter of the Attic red-figure style. Three pieces signed by him are known. Two of them are bowls made by the potter Erginos, now in Berlin (Antikensammlung Berlin) and Boston (Museum of Fine Arts), the third is the fragment of a krater in Agrigento (Museo Archeologico Regionale). A number of further works are attributed to him. Aristophanes strove to make his figures appear as lively as possible. His paintings are characterised by carefully drawn separate lines. In some cases, the drawing of garment folds or women's hair leads to a somewhat artificial impression.
scripsit Augustus Guilelmus Bohtz.
dissertatio inauguralis...; Fridericus Lotz.
editio altera priori emendatior; Pars 1 : Accedunt [et] ejusdem Auctoris Fabulae ex Locmanis Arabico Latinis versibus redditae, cum quibusdam Epistolis nondum editis; Pars 2 : Additae sunt Aristophanis Ekklēsiazusai cum interpretatione nova, notis & emendationibus
bezetting: spreekstem, zangstem(men)/koor en instrumentale begeleiding; Ouverture, lied van de Hop, Melodrama's met dans en Finale / voor de Vogels / van Aristophanes vertaling van Dr. Chr. Deknatel / gecomponeerd door / Alphons Diepenbrock / gecomp. Aug - Sept 1917 /...
Latin and Greek.