Artist: H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III
Style: Fanpu (返璞派)
With only a small number of strokes, a comforting and natural appeal appears vividly on paper. The style is neither overly cautious nor affected. A scholarly tone and an air of stone seals are revealed in the brushwork. This is a work of art with an attractiveness that stems from mature skills. The title “Immaculate” means that this painting is free of any trace of the mundane. It is in the “Fanpu” style.
The “Fanpu” style
These paintings express the artistic conception of returning to original purity and simplicity. With unfettered hand and mind, the artist applies his most mature skills free of the slightest attachment and with minimal, natural strokes of the brush.
摘自：INTERNATIONAL ART MUSEUM OF AMERICA