Yoshitoshi: Climbing the Watchtower Face Mask by Ana Thorne

SKU:
167813
Philly Made
  • Yoshitoshi Climbing the Watchtower Face Mask by Ana Thorne
  • Yoshitoshi Climbing the Watchtower Face Mask by Ana Thorne, close up
  • Yoshitoshi Climbing the Watchtower Face Mask by Ana Thorne
  • Yoshitoshi Climbing the Watchtower Face Mask by Ana Thorne, on mannequin
  • Yoshitoshi Climbing the Watchtower Face Mask by Ana Thorne, on mannequin
  • Yoshitoshi Climbing the Watchtower Face Mask by Ana Thorne, expanded pleats
  • Yoshitoshi Climbing the Watchtower Face Mask by Ana Thorne, expanded pleats
$24.00
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Description

Face the world artfully with this handmade mask featuring the work of Tsukioka Yoshitoshi! We collaborated with Philadelphia artisan Ana Thorne to design this mask exclusively for us featuring Yaoya Oshichi Climbing the Fire Watchtower to Look at her Burning House. Each mask was designed and hand sewn by Ana in her Philadelphia studio. Comfortable and easily adjustable, each non-medical grade mask is made from triple layer 100% cotton with soft, adjustable ear loops and a wide, flat adjustable nose for maximum comfort.

  • Made in Philadelphia.
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art Exclusive.
  • Three layers of 100% cotton fabric, adjustable ear bands and a nose wire. 
  • Fits most men, women and kids age 10 and up.
  • Masks are meant to be worn for quick essential errands in conjunction with social distancing and safety guidelines set by the CDC. 
  • Machine wash hang to dry. 

Sorry; for health reasons our masks are not returnable. Please visit https://www.sewfacemasksphilly.com/safety for some excellent tips on handmade mask safety.   

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, Japanese (1839 - 1892) Engraved by Kyōkadō Naoyama

Yaoya Oshichi Climbing the Fire Watchtower to Look at her Burning House, 1887

Color woodcut on two panels (diptych)

Purchased with funds contributed by the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation, 1989

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