During the week commencing 25th January we have been learning about the Dutch painter Piet Mondrian. Mondrian was an artist best known for his abstract paintings made from squares and rectangles. Having looked closely at examples of his work, we discovered that as well as using shapes, he used the three primary colours - red, blue and yellow. We then used these same colours to create our own Mondrian style paintings. Please see the photo gallery to see our bold work.