The Art of Adolf Hitler

Unlike the rulers of the modern era, who are lacking in soul, simply subjects of their most base drives, which are exploited by the Jews to manipulate their policy decisions, Adolf Hitler, that Eternal Avatar of freedom, justice and truth, had a soul which relished in the beauty of nature and that of the creations of great men.

Hitler was an artist.

These were all, as far as I know, painted while Adolf was working in Austria.  Hitler being a working man, the goal was to create works which would be sellable, and thus many of them are of landscapes and architecture, as these were what was selling in that era of German history.

Most of these can be clicked and enlarged.

Alter Werderthor Wien

Alter Werderthor Wien

Ardoye in Flanders

Ardoye in Flanders

Battlefield Wall

Battlefield Wall

Castle Battlements

Castle Battlements

Church Spire

Church Spire

Destroyed Bridge

Destroyed Bridge

Destroyed Tank

Destroyed Tank

Flower Blossom Study

Flower Blossom Study

Flowers with Roots

Flowers with Roots

Germania

Germania

Hundwiese Farmhouse

Hundwiese Farmhouse

Informal Dining Room Long View

Informal Dining Room Long View

Informal Dining Room

Informal Dining Room

Lamberg Castle

Lamberg Castle

Linz Landscape

Linz Landscape

Millhouse

Millhouse

Perchtoldsdorg Castle and Church

Perchtoldsdorg Castle and Church

Road to No Man's Land

Road to No Man’s Land

Rolling Hills

Rolling Hills

Ruins of a Cloister in Messines

Ruins of a Cloister in Messines

Ruins with Arches

Ruins with Arches

Shelter in Fournes

Shelter in Fournes

Sitting Room

Sitting Room

Smoking Tank

Smoking Tank

Still Life With Bottle and Fruit

Still Life With Bottle and Fruit

Tank Battleground

Tank Battleground

The Basler Gate

The Basler Gate

The Country Church

The Country Church

The Hermann's New Millhouse

The Hermann’s New Millhouse

The Munich Opera House

The Munich Opera House

The St. Charles Church

The St. Charles Church

Town Gate

Town Gate

White Orchids

White Orchids

Arch of Triumph in Munich

Arch of Triumph in Munich

Bridge with Towers

Bridge with Towers

Church at Dawn

Church at Dawn

Country Road

Country Road

Destroyed Building with Archway

Destroyed Building with Archway

St. Peter's Church in Vienna

St. Peter’s Church in Vienna

Still Life with Flowers

Still Life with Flowers

Tank Patrol

Tank Patrol

The Castle on the Donau

The Castle on the Donau

The Courtyard of the Old Residency in Munich

The Courtyard of the Old Residency in Munich

The Old Building in Stand of Trees

The Old Building in Stand of Trees

The Trail

The Trail

War Torn Town

War Torn Town

We might also note that it was Hitler who originally designed the Volkswagen Beetle, which is indisputably the most enduring vehicle ever made, its image still iconic throughout the earth.

Here is a 1932 sketch Hitler drew while designing the car:

The beauty of this car was born in the beautiful mind of Adolf Hitler.

The beauty of this car was born in the beautiful mind of Adolf Hitler.

 

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29 Responses to The Art of Adolf Hitler

  1. Tommy Udo says:

    Many of his paintings are quite beautiful. Had he succeeded in obtaining advanced training, he might have become a truly great painter. A lot of people can’t separate the nightmare legacy of his rule from his pictures, just as they condemn the film acting of John Wayne, Charlton Heston, and Ronald Reagan because they don’t share their political beliefs. It’s fascinating to observe in Hitler’s paintings the love and understanding of beauty that resided side-by-side with deep evil in the same mind.

  2. Williamtheoranje says:

    Jeez, his art ranges from not very good to pretty good. His straight line buildings have a nice realism to them, but really, not a lot better then a well trained high school student. The guy was a lunatic, with or without art school, which would have probably help as there may have been some raw talent. His art is only searched for ever because of morbid curiosity. Debating whether or not he would go on to cause and perpetuate the bloodiest war in himan history and instigated the largest mass murder humanity has ever seen is just a rediculous conversation. Oh and the thought that a bunch of poor Jews in Berlin and Munich ghettos were ripping Germany, and only Germany, as is the Jews got together and said “hey so we don’t like the Germans right? Hey see you at the next yearly every Jew in the world meeting!” is retarded. The Jews were not ripping apart and destroying the economic infrastructure of all the other country’s of Europe. I am sure if you dig a little bit he did not kill any of the rich!

  3. Alfie says:

    Well… He had so much talent and potential but…. the war change the people…

  4. Jade says:

    I actually like his paintings and would love to hang one on my wall. I don’t see any connection between his art work and the personality of a mass murderer. Makes me wonder if we ever get told the truth about anything.

  5. TXHR says:

    I think his interpretations of buildings, in drawing, are fantastic. His handling of the watercolor could have been better though. He lacks a lot of depth and if he had pushed value more, he would have been a lot better. Some of his shadows just needed to be darker and stronger to bring a more three dimensional feel.

    And nah, even if he went to art school, he would’ve been a monster.

  6. You and everyone else says:

    I’ve read many critics about A.H.’s art and how his work could elucidate greater detail about his psychoses and psychology. First, there are many artists in the past and today that render environments or interiors devoid of people –Stephen Shore for example. I assume that any psychological or pathological interpretation is an effect of a personal projection. Second, whether A.H. would’ve or would’ve not become a dictator that massacred many (dependent on his acceptance to Art school) is pure speculation and not worth a mention. Third, the poignant discourse here is that his ability to perceive the world beyond his rhetoric of ‘salvation’ (or what you will) could indicate something profoundly simple: he was just another man.

    As an Austrian, Hitler found his way into the economic depravity of Germany (his neighboring nation) after their catastrophic loss of World War I. Germans were obviously beset with the guilt and shame from the rest of the world, ostracized even further amongst themselves. You could assume that they suffered an inferiority-complex of a sort. Then came Hilter into this fold, likening a similar disposition to his own insecurities, and found new determination to free his “adopted” people perhaps. The rest is history.

    The point is that a normal man, any normal man, could discover the coinciding time and place to suddenly galvanize a community, and that obedience, loyalty, fealty can metamorph into something as abhorring as the Nazi’s, or as something archaic and atavistic as religion. This condition to collude for a cause could be the crux of any global, national or local conflict. This conflict and ensuing drama could behoove all parties involved to separate the symbols of content from the complicities of context. Then, a critical and constructive discourse could mature into a precursor for resolutions given any situation, a lesson in our own species and sense of humanity.

  7. Damirowski says:

    Really nice works, but no matter what he would eventually become a dictator. The best book that describes Hitler’s character is: ‘The Young Hitler I Knew’ written by his childhood friend August Kubizek

  8. Dinester Braun says:

    Lovely work. \enjoyable. \shows another dimension to this talented man . His skill on the battlefield are unsurpassed as well

  9. Actually says:

    Actually his rejection from the art academy was due to the fact his broad architectural skills are far better than his other paintings of human nature etc.

  10. Ed says:

    No wonder he didn’t get into art academy. Most of his paintings, frankly, are woeful, and any paintings that are decent are nothing new or exciting.

  11. Hannah Eschelbach says:

    The academy was foolish to reject him. If they had let him in, maybe he wouldn’t have become a dictator.

  12. veenet jaiswal says:

    How many qualities a man can have ADOLF HITLER shows us……..a chanceller,dictator,leader,writer,painter,soldier.

  13. Fraser says:

    Yo, honesty their are a few decent paintings but it mostly looks like he needed to get his eyes checked because it seems as if most of the pictures are fuzzy and the rest sucked. Either way, ZIEG HEIL. 1000 YEAR REICH

  14. Vincent says:

    He was an Asura in the Buddhist version of an Avatar! Never knew he had artistic skills!

  15. Legionarul says:

    Beautiful work.Adolf Hitler = genius !88 !

  16. Wolfenhords says:

    Clearly Adolf Hitler was a talented, Solemn, and Noble Man…. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0-wZ1hh8MA

  17. Jay says:

    im not really a fan of the new volkswagen bug, good thing hitler wasnt around to see that lol. I took art history in college never got see all of adolfs art..wonder why that could be? How do you get all this behind the scenes stuff? Cool pics of the man with kids, and now all his paintings. Seems like you got your hands on some things that fell through the jew censorship

  18. An interesting point, Churchill painted as well, yet no one looks or cares for his “art”, to this day Hitler’s art still fetches hundreds of thousands at auctions. Despite their best attempts to paint Hitler a “failed” artit, history has proven that jewish narrative incorrect as it has many others.

  19. Caleb Coates says:

    Nice paintings, Adolf sure was creative and passionate about his work.

  20. Nintendude says:

    Not bad, but he’s no Jack Kirby ;)

  21. Durante Barbarossa says:

    So many of these paintings were based on the destruction he saw during WWI. Something which obviously haunted him for the remainder of his life.

    • Herman says:

      What struck me mostly in the art of AH was the fact his paintings hardly ever show people. If they are shown they are impersonnel, not a slight impression of any empathy whatsoever is shown. Surely a man with shortcomings, never overcome his nightmares he had to endure in his youth and during the war. The man could never grow out of himself, because he had a an ill-ill battered and because of his mediocrity. Also look at the strange colours. It is possible that some objects he never got the time to paint them live but that he did it from photographs. Surely he never got the change to learn since he was refused at the academy, but it is obvious that the world did not missed a great artist in the pesrson of AH. I prefer the art of Churchill and refer to his North African paintings, full of warmth and joy. A pleasure for the eye.

      • Chameleon says:

        I read somewhere that his inability to paint or draw people was what the cause that he was rejected by the art school.

  22. Karl Young says:

    A beautiful selection of beautiful art from the hand of the Eternal Avatar Adolf Hitler.

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