H.H. 第三世多杰羌佛 藝術－金石
The stone seals inscribed by H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu Holiest Tathagata merge the charm of traditional inscriptions with fascinating novel elegance. His Holiness has reached the pinnacle of mastery in the creation of concave and convex inscriptions, inscriptions in the Han Dynasty style seen on ancient stone monuments, and inscriptions in the style engraved on ancient three-legged bronze cauldrons. His Holiness possesses the skill to make the edges of the inscribed Chinese characters beautifully and naturally uneven, sometimes even jagged, like broken jade. Inscriptions like 虛懷若谷 (Xu Huai Ruo Gu) and 江山入畫圖 (Jiang Shan Ru Hua Tu) convey crispness, vigor, and simple ancient grace. Some of His Holiness’s inscriptions can stretch out wondrously before our eyes. They can be classically splendid or pleasantly expressive. Their beauty is inexhaustible. Capturing the essence of the ancient inscribers through wielding a modern knife in an amazing fashion, His Holiness deserves to be called a great master of stone inscriptions in our current age. Actually, to compare other masters of stone inscriptions with His Holiness would be like comparing drops of water with a vast ocean. However, karmic conditions have unfortunately changed, as all phenomena are impermanent. The stone inscriptions made into seals as seen in this book were created by H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III in His youth. The originals of those seals have long ago fallen into the hands of others. They have been used by those who violate the law to make counterfeit calligraphy and paintings, passing them off as the works of His Holiness. Everyone should be very careful. Only calligraphy and paintings that come with the Buddha Vajradhara Dharma King seal of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III and the fingerprint of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III are genuine works of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III.