Original price was: €10.00.Current price is: €8.00.

General purpose face protection mask made of fabric, 100% cotton.
Multi-purpose made of two layers of fabric.
Protection against solid particles, dust, pollution, exhaust fumes, droplets, pollen, mites.
Washable and ironed before reuse.
Greek construction .

It can be used as a precaution for partial protection, does not protect against viruses and does not provide antimicrobial protection.


Adult 32 * 13 cm

Children’s 24 * 12 cm

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Café Terrace at Night(Vincent van Gogh) Face mask

Café Terrace at Night(Vincent van Gogh) Face mask

The painting Café Terrace at Night, also known as the Café Terrace at square du Forum, is an oil painting created by Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh on a 25-inch industrial canvas (Toile de 25 figure) in Arles, France. September 1888. The painting has not been signed, but is described and mentioned by the artist in three letters. There is also a large pen design of the composition that comes from the legacy left by the artist.

Visitors to the area can still stand in the northeast corner of the Place du Forum, where the artist had set up his easel. Overlooking the veranda of the popular cafe to the illuminated square with artificial lighting, as well as to the imposed darkness of the street du Palais which ended in a house (to the left, not shown) and beyond, to the tower of a former church (today is the Epigraphic Museum [Musée Lapidaire]). To the right, Van Gogh also showed an illuminated shop, as well as some tree branches around the place, but omitted the remains of Roman monuments right next to this small shop. The painting is now in the Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterloo, the Netherlands.

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