Antiphilus

Antiphilus (ăntĭfˈĭləs) [key], fl. 4th cent. B.C., Greek painter, of Alexandrian origin. Pliny and Quintilian wrote about his paintings of gryllos, a creature part man, part animal or bird. Pliny further stated that he painted portraits of Philip of Macedon and Alexander the Great, though none of his many works has survived.

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