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Title: Shirley Created Art 537-Integrated Art 045: For Du Fu's Poem - To Find Flowers by the River Alone-06 - Oct 9,2010
Artist: Shirley Zhang
Size: 70.00cm x 70.00cm (27.55.90inches x 27.55inches)
Completed Time: Oct 9, 2010
Remarks:
Listen to Shirley Singing the Poem in Chinese & English Feb 25, 2012

Listen to Shirley Introducing & Explaining the Poem
Follow Shirley to Read the Poem & Chinese Characters

Learn the Meaning of the Poem With Shirley Together

See Shirley Created Picture for the Poem Feb17-24, 2012
See Shirley Created Picture for the Poem Oct 09, 2010
See Shirley Created Picture for the Poem August 22, 2010
See Shirley Created Picture for the Poem March 14, 2010
See Shirley Created Picture for the Poem Feb 13, 2010
See Shirley Created Picture for the Poem July 19, 2008

This is my 45th Combined Paintingthat I created for Chinese Classical Poetry, andmy 537 painting since 2003.Also, it is the 66th(91st) painting (practice) that I have done in 2010.

Last Sunday, I re-created the 6th painting to match the same classical poem below. I did this for I had not been satisfying my creations in the passed time at all.

However, I do not satisfy this painting yet, for the bamboo is too bad indeed. :-) So, as long as I have time, I will re-create this painting once more.

Since I am still in the hospital at this time, I would just like to show you my last painting, plus the music and the comments that I have created and edited for you.

I do hope that my effort will be some help with you to learn Chinese culture and language.

Main Meaning of the Poem

By Du Fu ( Tang )

Mrs.Huang Si's path is covered with blossoms,
Numerous flowers are bending the branches low.
Playful butterflies are dancing, unwilling to leave,
Carefree cute birds are singing "Qia Qia".

Chinese Characters & Pronunciations :

You can clink any Chinese Character to open the New Character Board and to see its Chinese pinyin, meaning, pronunciation and follow me to read it, also, you can hit the links over to enter the Language Column, to see my comments about this poem

江畔独步寻花 -- Jiang Pan de Bu Xun Hua

杜甫 ( )-- Tang Du Pu (Tang )

黄四娘家花满蹊 -- Huáng Sìniáng jiā huā mǎn xī,
千朵万朵压枝低 -- qiān duǒ wàn duǒ yā zhī dī。
留连戏蝶时时舞 -- Liúlián xìdié shìshì wǔ,
自在娇莺恰恰啼 -- zìzài jiāo yīng Qià Qià tí。


How do you think of these painting? Which one seems like better?

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, welcome to write to shirley@ebridge.cn or shirleyz004@yahoo.com ,you can also publish your opinions on Message Board . :-)

--Shirley Zhang Wrote It in Peking University Shenzhen Hospital
Sunday, Oct 16, 2010