Noble and Pure
Artist: H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III
Style: Pomo Weiyun
It can be said that this painting, “Noble and Pure”is a masterpiece among lotus flower paintings. Flowing splash-ink on the scroll produces a vivid charm that evidences great ingenuity. There is an air of power and grandeur together with elegance. With absolutely no trace of stiff, common, mundane artistry found in other lotus flower paintings, this work of wondrous charm is free from worldly conventions and devoid of garishness. Indeed, it exemplifies a state of holiness. The artistic conception and brushwork are absolutely flawless, which make it a work of unsurpassed quality. The inscription on the painting reads, “Look, the charm has blossomed forth. What need is there to paint the details?”Just from reading the inscription, one can understand how consummate the artistic skills of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III are. The style of this painting is “Pomo Weiyun.”
The “Pomo Weiyun” style
Although bold and vigorous hues of watery ink are used, a rich charm is evinced that is both subtle and wonderful.
摘自：INTERNATIONAL ART MUSEUM OF AMERICA