Antiques Roadshow

Roadshow's Most Wanted: Lost New Deal Artwork

Clip: Season 15 | 4m 17s | Video has closed captioning.

During the New Deal era, the U.S. Government employed thousands of artists to create tens of thousands of works of art (such as paintings, prints, and sculptures). Since that time, many of these works have gone missing or made their way into private possession, and the GSA's Fine Arts Program is tasked with locating and recovering these pieces on behalf of the federal government.

Aired: 05/29/11

Rating: TV-G

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