George Segal was from New York City. He moved to South Brunswick, New Jersey as a child with his Jewish parents who had immigrated from Eastern Europe.
George Segal was a part of the Pop Art Movement.
This is Man at a Table. It was created in 1961 and is 53inx48inx48in. It is located in the Collection Museum Abteiberg, Monchengladbach, West Germany.
This is Gay Liberation. It consists of two life size couples. It was created in 1980 and is located in Christopher Park, New York, New York.
This sculpture is The Holocaust. The work consists of many lifesize people, therefore it is hard to give the sculpture a specific size. It can be found in New York City in the Jewish Museum.
This is The Diner. It was created from 1964 to 1966 and is located in the Collection of Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Its dimensions are 93-¾ × 144-¼ × 96 inches.
This is Depression Bread Line. It was sculpted in 1991 and is located at the Collection of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas. The dimensions are 108 x 148 x 36 inches
The Depression Bread Line shows five men standing in a line waiting to enter a building. The men appear to be cold and skinny as they're probably standing in the chilly weather waiting to get food.