Maselli's largescale work is filmed as part of the 'Monuments Women' TV special. From his flooded office on the ground floor of Palazzo Strozzi, Pisan art historian Carlo Ludovico Ragghianti made a touching appeal to artists from Italy and abroad in 1966 after Florence was hit by a tremendous flood, which destroyed 14,000 works of art and left the city engulfed in over 600,000 tons of mud and rubble. Ragghianti’s "Artists for Florence" initiative was extremely successful as creative personalities gifted their paintings and sculptures to substitute the masterpieces lost in the deluge. Florence was in dire need of support and these artists wished to see the city re-emerge from the tragedy as a leading center for the arts. Their dream was to create "an Uffizi of Modern Art." Maselli's Truck was one of these gifts. In the photo pictured, a crew member of Natia Docu film company captures Maselli's work on film for the series 'Noi Siamo Cultura' (We are Culture), where AWA and its artists, including Maselli, were featured in a program called 'Monuments Women'. Though on canvas, her Truck is quite an impressive 'monument'!