Pseudorealistic stage


The fifth and last of the Stages of Artistic Development named and described by Victor Lowenfeld, it typically occurs in children during the ages of 11 to 13. This stage is typically preceded by the dawning realism stage (9-11).Related links: Jim Brutger, professor of art education at the U of Minnesota Duluth offers a page about Lowenfeld's Stages of Artistic Development. Young Artists, U of Florida art education professor Craig Roland's pages offer a more contemporary interpretation of childrens' stages of art development, and has a section about the realism stage. Also see children's art.