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George Segal

Blue Girl Behind Blue Door, 1977

Painted plaster, wood and metal
96 × 53 × 23 in
243.8 × 134.6 × 58.4 cm
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George Segal
American, 1924–2000
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Whether portraying modern couples sitting in a park (Gay Liberation, 1980), or a biblical family’s …

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Whether portraying modern couples sitting in a park (Gay Liberation, 1980), or a biblical family’s unfolding drama (Abraham’s Farewell to Ishmael, 1987), George Segal’s life-size human figures express the fragility of the human condition. Hyperrealism, achieved by making full-body casts of live models using plaster …

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George Segal, ‘Blue Girl Behind Blue Door’, 1977, Hindman
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George Segal, ‘Blue Girl Behind Blue Door’, 1977, Hindman
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About the work
Exhibition history
Provenance
George Segal
American, 1924–2000
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Whether portraying modern couples sitting in a park (Gay Liberation, 1980), or a biblical family’s …

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Whether portraying modern couples sitting in a park (Gay Liberation, 1980), or a biblical family’s unfolding drama (Abraham’s Farewell to Ishmael, 1987), George Segal’s life-size human figures express the fragility of the human condition. Hyperrealism, achieved by making full-body casts of live models using plaster …

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George Segal

Blue Girl Behind Blue Door, 1977

Painted plaster, wood and metal
96 × 53 × 23 in
243.8 × 134.6 × 58.4 cm
Bidding closed
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