Three People on Four Benches, George Segal (American, Bronx, New York 1924–2000 South Brunswick, New Jersey), Plaster, wood, and metal

Three People on Four Benches

Artist:
George Segal (American, Bronx, New York 1924–2000 South Brunswick, New Jersey)
Date:
1979
Medium:
Plaster, wood, and metal
Dimensions:
52 x 144 x 58 in. (132.1 x 365.8 x 147.3 cm)
Classification:
Sculpture
Credit Line:
Gift of the George and Helen Segal Foundation Inc., 2010
Accession Number:
2010.280a-g
Not on view
the artist, North Brunswick, N.J. (1979–d.2000); The George and Helen Segal Foundation, North Brunswick, N.J. (2000–10; their gift to MMA)

New York. Sidney Janis Gallery. "Recent Sculpture in Plaster & Bronze by George Segal," October 1–November 1, 1980, no. 2.

New York. L & M Arts. "George Segal," February 17–April 8, 2010.

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Facing the Figure: Selected Works from the Collection, 1962-2007," May 28–September 6, 2010, no catalogue.

George Segal. Exh. cat., The Seibu Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan. , unpaginated, (ill. installation photo of Exh. New York 1980).

Hilton Kramer. "When George Segal Goes Public." New York Times (October 19, 1980), p. D36.

Douglas Mazanec. "Inside George Segal: How Does a Very Private Man Create Public Art?" Northern Ohio Live (June 1–14, 1981), pp. 28–30, 39 (ill.).

Phyllis Tuchman. George Segal. New York, 1983, pp. 96–97 (ill.).

Sam Hunter and Don Hawthorne. George Segal. New York, 1984, pp. 120–21, ill. pp. 248–49, figs. 116, 256 (color), no. 370.

"Fine Season for Viewing 42 Outdoor Sculptures." New York Times (November 25, 1990), p. 56 (ill.).

Shelley Lee, ed. "George Segal." Contemporary Great Masters. Vol. 11, Tokyo, 1993, pp. 90, 110, no. 76, ill. (color).

Peter Plagens, Klaus Kertess, Martin Z. Margulies, and Katherine Hinds. The Margulies Collection. Miami, 2008, p. 275, ill. (color).

Mark Westall. "Go See: George Segal at L&M Arts New York." http://www.fadwebsite.com. March 2, 2010.

"Goings On About Town." New Yorker (March 29, 2010), p. 27.