It is said of the celebrated Polygnotus, that he painted τας εν τῳ θησαυρῳ και εν τῳ Ανακειῳ γραφας.
Polygnotus depicted men as nobler than they are, Pauson as less noble, Dionysius drew them true to life.
Polygnotus was praised by Aristotle for his designs, and by Lucian for his color.
Polygnotus delineates character well: the style of Zeuxis is devoid of ethical quality.
They are celebrated for their designs of the pictures of Polygnotus, as described by Pausanius.
Polygnotus of Thasos was regarded by his compatriots as a great ethical painter.
The walls were enriched with some of the choicest paintings of Apollodorus, Zeuxis, and Polygnotus.
There can be little doubt that the school of Polygnotus exercised great influence on contemporary sculpture.
This is the chamber commonly called the Pinacotheca, where Pausanias saw pictures or frescoes by Polygnotus.
Polygnotus, a contemporary of Phidias, was nearly as famous for painting as he was for sculpture.