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June 13, 2000
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George Segal, an artist whose work included sculptures commemorating the Holocaust and his father’s kosher butcher shop, died in New Jersey at the age of 75. Segal, who had a retrospective of his works featured at New York’s Jewish Museum in 1998, was known for his full-body plaster casts of people that he set in everyday life situations.

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