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Title: Shirley's Art 803-A167- Stories Behind My Paintings-朧徨孫皮月牌 -- Tan Zi Milked the Deer's Milk to Service His Parents-Shirley's 198th Assignment at Chinese National Academy of Arts -March 14, 2013
Artist: Shirley Yiping Zhang
Size: 22.00cm( 8.66 inches) x 29.00cm (11.41 inches) on the Silk
Completed Time: March 14, 2013
Remarks:
This is my 804th painting since 2003and the 440th Chinese Xieyi Painting, the 198th assignment that I have completed in Chinese National Academy of Arts .

This is the 22nd painting that I painted for the series stories and my long scrollゞ屈噴膨丐〃: Er Shi Si Xiao Tu -- The Twenty-Four Dutiful Children .

This story names: 朧徨孫皮月牌 -- Tan Zi Milked the Deer's Milk to Service His Parents.

Tan Zi lived in the Spring and Autumn Period (770-476 B.C.), his parents were old and they were suffering the eye disease, and needed to treat with the milk of deer.

Covered the skin of a deer, Tan Zi went into the mountain, he chiseled in to a group of deer, to milk, and to service his parents.
One day, he saw a hunter would like to kill him, as a deer, in a hurry, Tan Zi raised his skin of the deer and went out of the group of the deer and told the story why he milked to treat his parents.

The hunter respected his filial piety, so that he sent him some milk of the deer and escorted him going out of the mountain.

With a moved heart, I painted this painting and hope to help you to under the story.

How do you think of this painting and this story? Do you enjoy them?

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please write to shirley@ebridge.cn or leave your message on Message Board.

Shirley
April 14, 2013(Chinese Time)