Face Covering: Starry Night
A 2 ply face covering, suitable for adult or child.
DISCLAIMER: This face covering is designed to aid defence against the spread of infection. It makes no assurances that it can prevent transmission or infection of disease or viruses. It is not a medical or clinical face mask and as such should not be used for this purpose, it should not be used under any circumstances where infection level is high and in any exposure to high level heat sources or combustible substances. Remove and do not use mask if you are suffering breathing difficulties or skin irritation.
GRI007 The Lady of Shalott, 1875
John Atkinson Grimshaw
Born Leeds, England, 1836, Grimshaw was a clerk for the Great Northern Railway when he started to study painting. A prolific artist, he became noted for works lit by moonlight or lamplight. From 1867 he painted fairy pictures such as ‘Spirit of the Night’, abundant with detail and lurid chromatic effects. Like Degas, he enjoyed an early use of photographs for reference and analysis. He mainly worked for private patrons and his popularity led to his work being copied and faked. Died Leeds, England, 1893.
HIR019 The Blooming City during the Tanabata Festival