Euphronios (c.520-470 B.C.), like the Berlin Painter, was one of the Athenian pioneers of red-figure painting. Euphronios was also a potter. He signed his name on 18 vases, 12 times as potter and 6 as painter. Euphronios used techniques of foreshortening and overlapping to show the third dimension. He
painted scenes from daily life and mythology. In this photo of a tondo (circular painting) at the Louvre, a satyr pursues a maenad.
Source: Getty Museum