George Segal

born New York City 1924-died South Brunswick, NJ 2000
New York, New York, United States
South Brunswick, New Jersey, United States
Active in
  • New Jersey, United States

Born in New York City. Initially a painter, later a sculptor, best known for his life-size figures made from white, plaster-impregnanted bandages but often placed in realistic positions and settings.

Charles Sullivan, ed American Beauties: Women in Art and Literature (New York: Henry N. Abrams, Inc., in association with National Museum of American Art, 1993)