Sculpture: The Dollmaker

Most girls outgrow their dolls, but a sculptress named Marisol is an exception. She has made her dolls grow up with her. One 7-ft. 4-in. figure, Baby Boy, even clutches a small doll, with Marisol's features, in his gigantic fist. Her lifesized, deadpan puppets in brightly painted wood mock and mime the postures of people whom she meets (see opposite page).

At 35, Marisol, with her Latin Garbo looks, is an avant-garde celebrity in her own right. She has co-starred in Andy Warhol's film of uninterrupted osculation, The Kiss, and shown up at...

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