Offered for sale is this
ORIGINAL ADOLF HITLER WATERCOLOR FROM HIS VIENNA PERIOD
IN THE ORIGINAL FRAME OF THE JEWISH FRAMER FROM VIENNA JACOB ALTENBERG
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY FROM S. PASTORE AND FULL MONEY BACK GUARANTEE FOR AUTHENTICITY
Promenade. Water color and pen & ink on paper. Signed lower left. 3,5″ x 5.5″ A delightful postcard sized watercolor of one of Adolf Hitler’s favorite subjects: the Germanic lifestyle of the upper crust in 19th century Germany. As small as this painting is, it encapsulates one of Hitler’s most complex notions of social values: he simultaneously reveres the past, looks to it for inspiration, but then seeks to transform its ultra-conservative views into the world of Realpolitik. Rejecting new artforms like Dadaism, Surrealism and Abstraction What the Nazis called “degenerate” art (that is, art which emphasizes the negative side of humanity), is eschewed in favor of old styles with a new “twist.” In the current piece, Hitler paints of halcyon bygone days–a dream he seeks to recapture by reordering all of Europe. A small painting of major importance, confiscated from the Jewish framer Altenberg. Jacob Altenberg was one of three Jewish framers who purchased most of Hitler’s art in his Vienna period.
The seller guarantees the authenticity and comes with Certificate of Authenticity of the previous owner, Mr. S. Pastore, who was author of three books on Adolf Hitler artwork and recognized authority in the field of Hitler’s art.
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