Three-dimensional shaped mask constructed with sewn-in darts and a chin gusset, combines two layers of breathable cotton with one additional layer of non-woven interlining, adjustable ear loops and an adjustable nose wire.
Clara Peeters (Flemish 1587-- after 1636) is considered one of the earliest still-life masters, the first known artist to incorporate self-portraits into her paintings, and one of the few successful women painters of her time. She is credited with popularizing "banquet" painting, often including fruit, bread, cheese, fish, game and highly polished tableware, sometimes featuring her self-portrait in the shiny reflections. Her floral still lifes are a tour-de-force of breathtaking detail. This mask features a detail of her beautifully observed and meticulously painted floral arrangement: A Bouquet of Flowers, ca 1612, in the collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
As recommended by the CDC, reusable masks should be washed after each use. We suggest that you stock your drawer with a few masks so that you have several at the ready.
Shaped mask with darts and gusset.
Interior filter pocket.
Adjustable ear loops with slide toggle fastener.
Machine wash, air dry.