This face covering features a vibrant dot pattern adapted from a 19th-century color-manual in the collection of the Getty Research Institute.
- Dimensions: 8 inches x 4 inches unpleated (not including ear loops) - Materials: Microfiber front with cotton backing and elastic ear loops - Made in Korea - Item #: GFMFDOT - Care Instructions: Hand wash in cold water recommended, dry flat, do not iron - Includes adjustable silicone ear loop locks
This face cover is not a substitute for N95 or surgical masks and is not FDA approved. However, use of non-medical masks may help reduce the transmission of viruses in public places where it is difficult to maintain social distance. Not for use by children under the age of 2 or anyone who has trouble breathing, is unconscious, or is unable to remove the face covering without assistance.
Face coverings cannot be returned or exchanged for hygiene reasons. All sales are final.
The inspiration for this face covering, Jean-François Persoz's color manual, Theoretical and practical treatise for printing on fabric, was embraced by French Impressionist artists as a revolutionary landmark in the history of color theory and its practical artistic applications. Presented in the work is a dizzying tour-de-force of a master chemist's intimate knowledge of the creation of color.
Jean-François Persoz (French, 1805–1868) Traite theorique et pratique de l’impression des tissus (Theoretical and practical treatise of printing on fabric) Paris and Leipzig, 1846, pl. 2. Chromolithograph The Getty Research Institute, 2821-853 2009 Collections Council gift.