drawings by Adolf Hitler sold at auction for 110 thousand euros
Thirteen watercolor paintings and two pencil sketches, which the authorship attributed to Adolf Hitler, departed from the English Mullock's auction for 95 thousand pounds sterling (about 110 thousand euro), transmits Associated Press. Most of the watercolors represents the landscapes, artistic value of which is arguable.
On most of them is signed "A. Hitler" or "AH" Representatives of Mullock's claim that it is the German dictator, is the author of these works and that the collection was auctioned man who bought it from a British Army soldier who served in the war years in the Royal Regiment of Manchester and found the drawings in a German g.Essene.
It is known that in the early years of A. Hitler was fond of painting and wanted to become an artist, but he is no different special skill and as an artist not received the recognition. Some historians argue that if a dictator took place as a man of art, all the subsequent world history might have been otherwise.
"From the point of view of art is not a Picasso - the expert believes the auction house Mullock's Richard Westwood-Brookes. Hitler paintings are usually bought by those who enjoys the history of the Second World War. Of particular interest to collectors called a self-portrait of Hitler.
British media said that at the last auction of paintings of Hitler in 2006 five of his paintings were bought by some young Russia buyer at a price in excess of 1 thousand dollars for each.
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