A short documentary film showcasing the United States General Services Administration's (GSA) efforts to recover lost and stolen Depression-era artwork. As the official custodian of artwork produced as part of the New Deal and Work Progress Administration commissioned during the 1930's and 1940s, GSA works with other federal agencies and the arts community to recover these historically significant pieces. The film highlights the partnership, which is putting many of these lost works back on display through loans to museums and galleries across the country, where they can be enjoyed by the American public.
New Deal Art Project
Last updated: March 31, 2012