This fascinating documentary explores the life and works of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, the leading American sculptor of the 19th century. During the three decades he devoted to art, Saint-Gaudens created over 150 works─ranging from public monuments to Civil War portraits to the 1924 "Double Eagle" gold coin. The story of his personal life is combined with detailed studies of six of his masterpieces, including the "Standing Lincoln" and "Shaw Memorial." 60 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English; bonus footage.