Parrhasius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Ephesus - Greek painter, late 5th century B.C.
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Picture of Philocietes Parrhasius painted this, Philocte
: "The design is by Parrhasius, the work by Mys. I
the ancients, that even Parrhasius the painter always wor
god as oft he stood & Before Parrhasius in his sleep by
belong to virtue. But Parrhasius the painter, although he
had many Polycleti and Parrhasii. Honour nourishes art, and
employed by Nicomachus and Parrhasius. It has cooling and
the father and teacher of Parrhasius, a very great painter (about
Achilles, Agamemnon and Odysseus. Parrhasius was a prolific artist,
of which he said that Parrhasius's Theseus had lived on a
Timanthes, Androcydes, Eupompus and Parrhasius.  This last, it
- in documents
(c. 196-192) tes son of Apollonios Parrhasios son of Parrhasios
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