The Sound of a Cicada
Artist: H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III
This painting depicts a real scene from life using a casual painting method that captures the natural feel of the scene. The brushwork expresses a cultured, scholarly tone as well as a lively, spirited charm. A cicada in cold weather is perched high upon a thick branch. The image is so lifelike and natural. The cicada was painted in fine, delicate brush-work. The key to the appeal of this artwork is that it was painted in a casual manner yet is natural-looking and lacks any trace of the mundane.
We can see from this painting that the artistry of H.H.Dorje Chang Buddha III matured very early. Although He created“The Sound of a Cicada”in His early years, seasoned and vigorous brushwork skills are vividly presented.
The “Wenfeng” style
Brushwork skills suggestive of scholarliness and poetic charm embody these paintings.
摘自：INTERNATIONAL ART MUSEUM OF AMERICA