The Dancers, one of Segal's first sculptures done in bronze was made as a model in 1971 and casted in 1983. This work includes four female dancers in a circle and is a reminiscent of works by Degas and Matisse. I really like the flow of this sculpture. the way that they are set up makes your eye flow through all four pieces as a whole and then also individually. The one woman with her foot up is the focal point and is where your eye starts and where it eventually ends up again.