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In Year 4, the pupils researched the artist Seurat and how he developed the painting method of Pointillism. The pupils dedicated time to practise drawing 3D shapes, which then evolved into 3D buildings. Pupils also experimented with colour; creating colour wheels to study depth within the three primary colours. The pupils then finished with a painting of a seaside setting, using the new painting skill of Pointillism we had learnt.

In Year 4, the pupils researched the artist Seurat and how he developed the painting method of Pointillism.  The pupils dedicated time to practise drawing 3D shapes, which then evolved into 3D buildings.  Pupils also experimented with colour; creating colour wheels to study depth within the three primary colours. The pupils then finished with a painting of a seaside setting, using the new painting skill of Pointillism we had learnt. 1
In Year 4, the pupils researched the artist Seurat and how he developed the painting method of Pointillism.  The pupils dedicated time to practise drawing 3D shapes, which then evolved into 3D buildings.  Pupils also experimented with colour; creating colour wheels to study depth within the three primary colours. The pupils then finished with a painting of a seaside setting, using the new painting skill of Pointillism we had learnt. 2
In Year 4, the pupils researched the artist Seurat and how he developed the painting method of Pointillism.  The pupils dedicated time to practise drawing 3D shapes, which then evolved into 3D buildings.  Pupils also experimented with colour; creating colour wheels to study depth within the three primary colours. The pupils then finished with a painting of a seaside setting, using the new painting skill of Pointillism we had learnt. 3
In Year 4, the pupils researched the artist Seurat and how he developed the painting method of Pointillism.  The pupils dedicated time to practise drawing 3D shapes, which then evolved into 3D buildings.  Pupils also experimented with colour; creating colour wheels to study depth within the three primary colours. The pupils then finished with a painting of a seaside setting, using the new painting skill of Pointillism we had learnt. 4
In Year 4, the pupils researched the artist Seurat and how he developed the painting method of Pointillism.  The pupils dedicated time to practise drawing 3D shapes, which then evolved into 3D buildings.  Pupils also experimented with colour; creating colour wheels to study depth within the three primary colours. The pupils then finished with a painting of a seaside setting, using the new painting skill of Pointillism we had learnt. 5

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