The United States General Services Administration (GSA) recently launched an online gallery featuring their public art collection.
The Fine Arts Collection lets you search for works by the artist name or the city or state where they are located.
The gallery consists of works commissioned by GSA since 1949. It also includes photos of paintings and murals painted as part of the New Deal programs during the Great Depression.
Some examples of art in the gallery include:
- Cenozoic Codex by Keith Sonnier at the Census Bureau in Suitland, MD.
- General Store and Post Office mural by Doris Lee at the Clinton Federal Building in Washington, DC.
- Kryptos by Jim Sanborn at the CIA in Langley, VA.
Enjoy yourself as you learn more about works of art that are already familiar to you or learn new works, or what you can expect to see in your travels!