Development Definition

The term development in art is always associated with stages of progress in the artwork they do. There is wide variation in ranges in kind of art that is done by children and adults. The growth in artistic skills develop step by step as they grow. Children of age group 2 to 4 pass through different stages namely, the disordered stage that influences the disorganized markings made by kids with less control on the object and the drawings they make. From there, they develop longitudinal stage where they exhibit their controlled motions mostly repetitive. Then from longitudinal they shift to circular stage where they will be able to demonstrate things that are little more complex and from there naming ability where they show their skill in writing, and narrating stories. Children of age group 4 to 13 pass through pre-schematic stage, schematic stage, dawning realism stage, and pseudorealistic stage.
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