History of Origami - The history of the development and dissemination of origami.

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    History of the development and dissemination of origami.

    It would be foolish to claim that origami is a purely Japanese art. Not a few countries can also boast of their own achievements in the field of folding paper figures of the whole leaf. Together with the spread of prescription paper manufacturing spread and art of origami.

    History of Origami - The history of the development and dissemination of origami



    A very striking example that confirms this fact, Spain became. Local craftsmen have opened their unsurpassed method of folding the birds "Pahari" (in Meskike this creature came to be called a little differently - "payarit", which was significantly different from the Japanese guidelines for origami).

    Spain has even been formed "Spanish school" under the subtle guidance of the philosopher Miguel Umanumo. Here have developed new methods of folding the classic figures, as well as inventing new, previously unknown even to the classics - the Japanese masters. Under the Spanish influence of origami, which has become a very short time, popular art, and spread to Latin America.

    Together with paper origami captured almost the entire world. Eventually it came to America, Africa, Italy, Denmark, Korea and many other countries. This art as well as in Japan conquered all the noble houses of Europe and then spread to all classes. But when the paper was still pretty rare and expensive material, instead often used the fabric.

    Often, patches of piled headgear for nuns, nurses, maids. Using origami created collars, cuffs and other decorations for clothes. In Russia, origami, long considered child's play. If you believe the historians, the first module on origami introduced the young heir to the throne of Nicholas II.

    History of Origami - The history of the development and dissemination of origami



    And introduced him to the art scholar from Cambridge - Charles Sydney Gibbs. He was invited to Russia in the early twentieth century to lead English classes for young queens. After some time for classes in English attached and unsociable sick prince. He had been naughty and often simply prevented occupation.

    Therefore, in order somehow to attract the attention of the child, Gibbs resigned from the leaf figurine of a bird, then the animal and then a flower. This activity is so captivated the royal offspring, that each new class now starts with learning the new figures from folding paper.

    According to other sources of origami came to Russia earlier. And a special love for the art of the whole leaf differed a great Russian writer Leo Tolstoy. He completely mastered the Japanese technique of folding the various figures out of paper. And often, experimenting, creating their own unique works.

    In France, the art of origami has spread in the late nineteenth century. Throughout it spread by itinerant artists, and circus acrobats. They are surprised and impressed the imagination of the audience when the show either directly in front of them can be one whole sheet of paper folded birds, which move the wings, flowers with many petals bulk, frogs that jumped after clicking on the figure.

    After the focus itinerant artists return sheet to its original state. Soon all over the world are the greatest people paid tribute to a new interesting occupation. Among the most famous origamistov are such names as Leonardo da Vinci, the writer Lewis Carroll, an American magician Houdini. Another magician Robert Harbin has created a program about origami.

    He long was collecting all sorts of materials on this art, including with its Japanese origins. And finally in 1945 was launched the first television program on origami "Mr. Right and the Left Hand." First she came out rarely, but with the increasing popularity of origami, has become a regular. And eleven years later was released on his first book on origami.

    Soon he appeared many fans and supporters who have joined together in a club British Origami Society. BOS organization quickly evolved and expanded. Very soon, the number exceeded one-thousandth mark. A prototype and its counterparts began to appear everywhere. As a result, a small circle quickly grew into a club of origami.

    Finally, the main center was established, which is engaged in the creation and formation of similar organizations in other countries. The result is a 44 active clubs in 28 countries. During the Second World War, origami has come to standstill. At a difficult time, few were willing to be distracted by toys and papers. But once again returned to normal peaceful life, the arts also began to rise from the ashes, like the city, destroyed heavily bombed.

    The new rise of origami master Akira Yoshizava duty. Transferring all the hardships of war, he decided to devote his life to the invention of new figures. Using these military knowledge he sketched drawings of new products and immediately imagined the process of folding them from the very first to the last bend. A few years later he already had a mass of developments that could transfer students.

    Together with an innovative technique he gained worldwide fame. A Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, inspired by his example, decided to contribute to the dissemination of national art abroad. Yoshizava was sent on a long trip to Europe, which had the aim to establish friendly relations with all countries. The versatility and attractiveness of facilities are not subjected to any doubt.

    He visited many countries, including Russia in 1978. Yoshizava popularized origami. And the art of an entire sheet coveted them, and stuck in most states that he visited. And though now in many countries have developed their own tradition of origami, but the clear leader in this field has been and remains Japan.

     

     








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