In the solemn world of Dutch still life painting, I think the most elegant are Rachel Ruysch's luxuriously detailed flowers. In an economy dominated by the sale of rare tulip bulbs, flower paintings served as a spiritual reminder as well—that all beauty fades, but that it should be guarded and appreciated while it blooms. Is this metaphor too heavy-handed? Maybe. But wearing a mask protects the people you love most, and this one is really nice. It's washable, adjustable, can hold a filter, and of course, looks like a beautiful 17th century bouquet.
• Pocket for a filter • 100% supersoft polyester microfiber • Adjustable nose wire • Elastic bands, PVC earloop size regulators • Washable and reusable • Fabric weight: 2.5oz / 85g
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