2 edition of George Segal found in the catalog.
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|Statement||organized by Constance W. Glenn [at] the Art Galleries, California State University, Long Beach, October 17-November 6, 1977 ... [et al]|
|Contributions||Glenn, Constance, California State University, Long Beach. Art Galleries|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18,  p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||22|
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However, as Phyllis Tuchman persuasively explains in her lively and. George Segal was born in New York on November 26,to a Jewish couple who emigrated from Eastern Europe.
His parents first settled in the Bronx where they ran a butcher shop and later moved to a New Jersey poultry farm. George spent many of his early years working on the poultry farm, helping his family through difficult times.
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is an American actor for the film and television and musician. He was born in the year and celebrates his birthday on 13 th of February every year. He rose to fame in the s and s for playing a range of comedy and dramatic roles.Jun 09, · George Segal, American sculptor of monochromatic cast plaster figures often situated in environments of mundane furnishings and objects.
Segal was educated at the Cooper Union, Pratt Institute, New York University (B.S., ), and Rutgers University (M.F.A., ) and began his .