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[[Image:MOMA.PietMondrian.jpg|thumb|300px|Papa and Baby Bear discussing "Broadway Boogie Woogie."]]
 
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'''Pieter Cornelis "Piet" Mondriaan''' (1872-1944) was a Dutch painter. A part of the De Stijl art movement, and evolved what became known as Neo-Plasticism, a white ground upon which was painted a gird of black lines and the three primary colors.
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'''Piet Mondrian''' (1872-1944) was a Dutch painter. Born Pieter Cornelis Mondriaan, the artist changed the spelling of his surname to Mondrian after he relocated to Paris in 1911. Returning to the Netherlands a few years later, Mondrian became a founding member of the De Stijl art movement and evolved a technique became known as Neo-Plasticism: a white ground upon which is painted a grid of black lines and the three primary colors.
   
In [[Episode 3682|episode 3682]] of ''[[Sesame Street]]'', [[Baby Bear]] and [[Papa Bear]] visit the [[Museum of Modern Art]], and observe a Mondrian's painting "Broadway Boogie Woogie", which is full of rectangles, squares and colors that remind Baby Bear of the rectangles and squares that are all around us.
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*In a late 1990s ''[[Sesame Street]]'' insert {{eka|3740}}, [[Baby Bear]] and [[Papa Bear]] visit the [[Museum of Modern Art]] and observe Mondrian's painting "Broadway Boogie Woogie", which is full of rectangles, squares and colors that remind Baby Bear of the rectangles and squares that are all around us.
   
The [[:Category:Coloring Books|coloring book]] ''[[Museum of Monster Art]]'' featured a spoof on a Mondrian painting, with [[Grover]] observing ''Tableau No. IV; Lozenge Composition with Red, Gray, Blue, Yellow, and Black''.
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*The [[:Category:Coloring Books|coloring book]] ''[[Museum of Monster Art]]'' featured a spoof of a Mondrian painting, with [[Grover]] observing ''Tableau No. IV; Lozenge Composition with Red, Gray, Blue, Yellow, and Black''.
   
 
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Papa and Baby Bear discussing "Broadway Boogie Woogie."

Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) was a Dutch painter. Born Pieter Cornelis Mondriaan, the artist changed the spelling of his surname to Mondrian after he relocated to Paris in 1911. Returning to the Netherlands a few years later, Mondrian became a founding member of the De Stijl art movement and evolved a technique became known as Neo-Plasticism: a white ground upon which is painted a grid of black lines and the three primary colors.

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