Illustrated Catalogue of Daylight Bomb Shells No. 48, Jinta Hirayama, 1883
This lovely minimal star firework is an illustration from a catalog of daytime “fireworks” created by Japanese pyrotechnist Jinta Hirayama in 1877. These creations were closer to open-bottomed balloons than the fireworks we know today.
Jinta Hirayama was an enterprising pyrotechnist who, in 1877, founded The Hirayama Fireworks company in Yokohama. Hirayama is from Mikawa Province (modern-day Aichi Prefecture).
This is an unframed art print on museum-quality paper.
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- 200 gsm / 80 lb matte (uncoated) paper.
- For indoor use.
- Unframed print is shipped ready for you to frame.
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