Side A: Man setting up an ithyphallic herm of Hermes, bearded, long haired with band around hair. In front of the herm, a low altar, and over it suspended, a votive tablet. Side B: Youth in himation, to left, addressing the god.
By 1912: with E. P. Warren (according to Warren's records: From Suessula.); gift of E. P. Warren to MFA, January 2, 1913
Gift of Edward Perry Warren
Greek, Classical Period, 440–430 B.C.
- Style resembles The Hasselmann Painter