Fu Qiang is famous for his impressionistic paintings of scenes in Anhui, China. In this painting, viewers observe the application of quick brushstrokes throughout the composition to suggest the presence of trees and houses within the forests. Despite the brisk style of painting, Fu Qiang nicely forges the illusion of depth in this painting by applying darker tones and definition in his depict the trees in the middle ground while opting for lighter shades for those in the background. Also, the various tones of jade green used in this painting shapes the enchanting ambience and beauty of the forest and lake.
Fu Qiang is a professor at the Anhui University School of Arts and member of the China Oil Painting Society. His oil painting 《春⻛又绿》 was once selected to be exhibited at the 8th National Exhibitions of Fine Arts in China and was awarded the second prize at the Anhui Province Oil Painting Competition.