The picture comes from the flute-flying picture of Cave 15 of the Tang Dynasty in the Mogao Grottoes in Yulin.
Flying apsaras are the incarnations of Qianmao and Ginaro in Buddhism, who were originally entertainers in ancient Indian mythology.
The main task of the God of Music and Song and Dance is to offer flowers, treasures, music and songs to the Buddha.
In the picture, Feitian is holding a flute, flying above the auspicious clouds, and his clothes are in the sky.
Roll in the wind, graceful and vivid, smart and rhythmic.