St. George's Horse Face Mask

Saint George Slaying the Dragon
1470
Carlo Crivelli, Italian, about 1430-1495

The dragon is a popular motif found in art, literature, and face protection! 

Charged with excitement and bristling with spiky forms, Saint George Slaying the Dragon is one of Carlo Crivelli’s masterpieces. Although the artist worked for more than thirty years after painting it, he never produced anything quite so full of vigor and imagination. What could be more dramatic than the contrast between the rearing horse, its head distorted with fear, and the tender saint, his eyes fixed on the dragon he is about to slaughter? 

Double layer cotton/poly blend
Comfortable ear loops
Hand washable & Reusable

Made in USA

This is not a substitute for surgical or N95 masks. Due to the personal nature of this product, we are unable to accept returns or exchanges.




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