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  • pragma
  • April 22, 2008, 3:08 pm
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    SLIFER21

    Alright where to start. How about decency: behavior or an attitude that conforms to the commonly accepted standards of what is right and respectable. It doesn't matter how you feel, what you think, what matters is your effect on people. Every letter you typed was full of hatred. I'm glad you love hitler your probaly a wanna-be hard core bad-ass that couldn't quite make it and decided to become a present day nazi-skinhead and say forget decency and humility the world can conform to me well heres the thing skinhead,it wont.It will in fact KICK YOUR ASS.

    Next puplic behavior,your comment was made to offend people and cause a rise in someone. your a attention whore. thats why you say you "love hitler" and joined the stupid little nazi following. Well i'm sorry to say hitler is dead the nazi party died out with him 68 years ago the war is long over, the wall came down, and germany is known for it's beer and the voltswagon.so what you are is indecent bald attention-whore who is has a crush on a dead man. Hitler is SPINNING in his grave at having a follower such as you. Go home ask mommy for a hug and see a shrink because i'm pretty sure you've got mommy or daddy issues.

    Impotence:unable to perform sexual intercourse, usually because erection of the penis cannot be achieved or sustained

    Impudence: The quality of being offensively bold.


    so i guess you can say the jews should be burned at the stake for the imability to sustain a hard-on but I say you buy a dictionary.

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    But also you got to take account that the Holocaust was not only a genocide, they used the people's hair for mattress stuffing and skinned them to make wallets and lamp shades. Hitler mass marketed the deaths of the people he was exterminating, and from that made a lot of profit. That was not economic salvation, it was pure insanity.

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    The primary contribution Adolf Hitler made to German society was that he totally destroyed Germany: in 1945, Germany was literally in ruins. Millions upon millions of people were dead. Millions more were homeless and starving (in Germany, not just in the countries Germany invaded). Germany had no economic, no coherent political system, no communications system, no libraries, no schools, no hospitals. In a sense German society did not exist in 1945 and had to be rebuilt from scratch to become modern Germany.

    One might mention things that Hitler did ostensibly to benefit Germans before 1939, but faced with the legacy of the National Socialist dictatorship and what state Germany was in in 1945, such things are laughable at best as "contributions to society."

    • jc242
    • April 25, 2008, 2:02 pm
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    Hm...interesting. The technique is certainly competent, but entirely rote. Like someone who picked up one of those "How to Draw" books, diligently learned its techniques, and then never strayed an iota from that point. Not an artist, but perhaps he could have been a professional illustrator, doing work for books, magazine articles, etc.
    Of course, as has been pointed out, regardless of whether he became a dictator or not, it would have been *someone*. The socioeconomic forces at work were too strong; someone would have bubbled up out of them. Bad times breed apparatchiks.
    All that being said, however, that is one weird lookin' german shepherd, or whatever that's meant to be. S'all crooked and stuff.

    This work is clearly garbage. Sentimental, labored and painfully conforming. If you knew anything about the work that was being created at this time in europe you would understand how limited this amateurish "artist" vision was. Push yourself a little and overcome this fascination with the worst person of the 20th centery
    - wesv September 29, 2010, 12:57 pm
    This work is clearly garbage. Sentimental, labored and painfully conforming. If you knew anything about the work that was being created at this time in europe you would understand how limited this amateurish "artist" vision was. Push yourself a little and overcome this fascination with the worst person of the 20th centery
    - wesv September 29, 2010, 1:02 pm
    actually, hitler himself didn't kill nearly anyone, he just told people to kill them.
    - ockmanas March 19, 2011, 8:53 am
    NO: It's because he blamed the tribe of Israel for the slaughter of 20 million Russians--which is true of course, as the head of the Russian Secret police was Jewish, as were Lenin, who began that Russian Holocaust, and many other holocausts that were instigated by Jews--like the slaughter of American Indians( and the subsequent profiteering in African slavery--the secretary of the treasury of the confederacy was Jewish).

    Of course, we can only speculate as to why the fact that Jews wage holocausts and genocides goes virtually unnoticed here in the west, but we do know that Hitler killed 6 million because he blamed them for the holocausts that their tribe perpetrates.
    - ShlalomRacer February 29, 2012, 9:19 pm
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    I've heard a lot about his paintings. but I've never actually seen them before. What I find weird is that they've gained a lot of notoriety for being such bad paintings; looking at them now, they don't seem so bad. Maybe the standard of quality just took a steep downward climb since then.

    • Hazi
    • April 23, 2008, 5:47 pm
    Your an ignorant bigot?
    - wesv September 29, 2010, 12:50 pm
    no wrong, everything about michael jackson is inherently evil
    - ockmanas March 19, 2011, 8:46 am
    sorry but try again. who some one is should not dictate if you enjoy their art or not. two separate issues.
    - johnecash June 20, 2011, 9:45 am
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    • sammy
    • April 23, 2008, 4:23 pm
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    That was awesome. As much as I agree with that, him getting into art school I can imagine would've done at least some good. And if not, well piss on me, then. :P It's not like we'll ever know, anyway. Because apparently it is impossible to go back in time: http://www.livescience.com/technology/070307_time_travel.html

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    Even if he did do something good like helping the economy what good was it after the war when a lot of Germany was destroyed? Besides he didn't really help the economy i mean sure he gave people jobs but that was because the whole Jewish population was sent to concentration camps, most of the men became soldiers and those who got jobs were in construction and taking care of the city. He didn't do good for anybody. @ fools: You wouldn't be able to write that if Bush was a dictator.

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    how can someone so cruel and vile, not bothering about human life what so ever... to think of the mass murders he commited in te name of cleansing his society.. see such beauty ?? i dont get it

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    "Imagining the Tenth Dimension" is an interesting read from a philosophy standpoint, but it doesn't have very much to do with the actual dimensions of space and time. Atoms aren't subatomic, and anyway subatomic particles don't travel in time other than in the same way we do (Unless you want to view antiparticles as time-reversed regular particles, but in which case our interaction with them only takes place on a time-forward basis).

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    Sorry to sy it, but any STUPID EMO is willing to comit suicide. Do you think they are Geniouses?

    • JONY
    • April 27, 2008, 3:50 am
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    you dont need to go to school to "learn" art, art comes from within and is an expression in emotion. and its you that fucks up the world, putting people down for their opinions and ideas, just like hitler

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    Not true. Hitler used the depression, and the previously existing Anti-Semitism in Germany (as well as many other countries of the world) to fuel the war. He was, quite litterally, mentally unstable and found great joy in the knowledge that his country was at war. He felt betrayed when the treaty of Versailles was signed, thus ending the first world war (at that point known as the Great war), and wanted to continue. Of course Hitler's war made millions of jobs for all participating countries, including Germany (whos dollar: the mark, was only a millionth of the american dollar at the time) and saved the economy, so if you want to talk of balance, you could say that Hitler balanced out the Great Depression. This is of course, in no way excusing Hitler's actions, who deserved to be destroyed in his own death camps, were he not so much of a coward as to kill himself before being found.

    • Greg
    • April 23, 2008, 5:23 pm
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    Steven Pressfield made an interesting comment in his book, "the WAR of ART" saying that because of resistance it was easier for Hitler to become a Dictator than an artist.

    • Coplin
    • April 23, 2008, 4:31 pm
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    Ironic that the third to last picture is of the Hofbrau house which was the setting of the first official meeting of what eventually became the Nazi Party.

    • nate23
    • April 23, 2008, 5:45 pm
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    Paul, that is exactly right. Its the slight flick of the steering wheel which determines what and how we leverage our own "special talents"; whatever they may be.

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    The conditions and the times of 1920 and 1930's Germany caused the second world war. If it wasn't Hitler it would have been someone else.

    • jordo
    • April 23, 2008, 4:56 pm
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    Hitler originally worked for German intelligence, and "went native" investigating the subversive organisation the NSDAP. It's likely admission to art school might have made little or no difference. He was chosen as party leader for his skills as an orator and ruthless desire for power; had a more highly skilled political animal - Hess, for example - been in charge, the results may have actually been a longer war and many more dead.

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    sorry, previous comment directed to jordo's comment

    • Greg
    • April 23, 2008, 5:25 pm
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    Even if it had been someone else besides Hitler, there's at least some chance that over 12 million people would not have been exterminated by the Nazi scum. The mass genocide wasn't critical to German dominance and probably did more to hurt their chances for Pan-European domination than it did to help.

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    Actually, the German currency became so diluted and worthless that it was cheaper to burn their money for heat. They printed endless amounts of their currency and Inflation skyrocketed. Germany even attempted to drop Counterfeit British currency over Britian to try and dilute the power of their buying power as well.

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    He was rejected from the art school in Austria because he was really only good at art where buildings and landscapes were the subject. He lacked the talent for drawing and painting people. He said the art school was run by the Jews and this is where some people believe came his hatred for this group. Germany was in a very desperate economic situation when Hitler came along He found out what the people wanted and gave it to them. He did help Germany economy at that time. I feel sorry for the innocent that were killed though!

    • sprech
    • April 23, 2008, 6:21 pm
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    I understand he wanted to be an Artist but was not accepted at University.

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    Too bad Hitler wasn't a marginally better artist, and could earn his living at art. It might have saved the world a lot of trouble.

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    His paintings are not important.
    His action and influence are.

    • robert
    • May 18, 2008, 9:34 pm
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    I happen to have read several Biographies of Adolf Hitler, and do not take credit for everything that was written, but i must say. Yes. I do stand by my previous statement that Hitler did save Germany and the economy of the Americas, despite all of the horrific deaths. rather than everyone mention all the negatives of everything, i thought i should point out the positives however grim that may sound. However unforetunate it is, war always stimulates and skyrockets the economy of countries. More jobs are needed to fill in the spaces of those who left for war. During the second world war, Women went to work. They gained the right to vote, and made their first giant leaps to equality. After the war, Automobiles were sold dirt cheap, and struggling companies changed their main products to war supplies, and were spared from bankrupcy.
    And as for the suicide, it may take logic to know when to commit suicide, but it is still a cowardly way out.

    • Greg
    • June 5, 2008, 2:04 pm
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    I think the paintings are lovely. Some of your are so skeptical you can not juge art if you know who it is by. I found a lot of mundane remarks about his paintings. If it is the one beuatiful thing he left the world do not bash it.

    • matt
    • April 10, 2009, 10:39 pm
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    You are an idiot. Why dont you post some of your paintings shithead. Hitler was a great artist, just a shitty human.

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    Way to go waterfae !!!

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    you people need better things to do with your time than argue about a dead dictator's art skills. He has a simplistic but technically skillful style. And, an artist's other work/outside achivements should not be brought into discussions of his or her style

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    I agree. Just because he's evil doesn't mean he can't be a good artist. He was also pretty smart.
    So, does that mean people should throw away their Michael Jackson CD's? Is Thriller a bad video now because he cornholed kids?

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    Don't be pissed that everyone else fell for his shit.

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    Your last part of the comment is not even closely correct, Bush is a dumb ass not a dictator; we want him out of office because he hasn’t done anything for our country except war, less jobs, and two recessions. Hitler killed millions he might be evil, but to the country he did a lot to make the economy of Germany flourish, do not compare an idiot who is screwing our country for someone who was a heartless animal, but did much for his people. Bush doesn’t...

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    Not impossiple, using the 5th dimension its possible to fold in on the 4th dimension (time) and travel backwards and forwards. Atoms and other subatomic particles are capable of doing this, but we haven't been able to figure out how to do it with ourselves yet. Yet.

    • Adam
    • April 23, 2008, 11:21 pm
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    If i could go back in time, i'd make sure Hitler'll actually get the job done. Epic Fail.

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    Nice. Someone who actually knows something. Like knowing that 90% of paintings claimed to be by AH are fakes. He didn't paint still life for example.

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    Adolf Hitler wrote his own autobiography, which contained his feelings on the war and has had several modern day "psychoanalysts" pour over his history to find out what made him tick. Im sure if you looked on google, you'd certainly find a good several pages on what theyve found. Remember that when things didnt go his way, Hitler threw himself to the ground and bit the carpet. He laughed maniacally when he received news of extermination or slaughter. Eyewitnesses to these events testified this. He was insane. He liked the war. He liked the slaughter. These are facts.
    I have been faced with death, and I deserved it. I didnt think of suicide.
    Did Saddam Hussien commit suicide? No. He received his death penalty like so many others on death row. Commiting suicide to escape a death sentance is cheating justice. If you're going to die, you might as well give the people some form of closure and justice. Unless you are a monster like Hitler.

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    You're right. These paintings aren't the best. I enjoy looking at photographs of dead kikes. They are much more pleasing.

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    you know, just because he was a evil person, doesn't make his paintings evil. they are actually quite good, i mean, most people have a hard time drawing stick figures. also, i dont see how the paintings themselves killed six million people. I am sure that if you didnt know who the author of these paintings were, you would think they were okay.

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    You are an idiot and know nothing about art. look at the 3rd painting from the bottom. Neither you nor noone you know could paint that. Maby its true what hitler said that the jews ran the art school he was denied from. But do yourself a favor and never critique art again, it makes you seem like a retard.

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    You retard. Hitler was rejected from art school BECAUSE he had no talent. He then became the greatest art collector in history as given by the power he became to have. Obviously he saw art as another way of controlling the world... hence the monopolistic media you see sitting on you fat lazy ass all day instead of reading a history book for a change.

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    dude this has gotten way out of control lmao

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    i think i read somewhere that Hitler also was an avid in rap battling.

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    well said

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    If there is one thing I could change in History, it would be forcing the freaking art school to let Hitler in. That might not stop Hitler from becoming a Nazi and ruining the lives of millions of people but I'm sure it would've helped the chances of him just living the rest of his life painting cheesy ass paintings of flowers, buildings, dogs, and mildly good looking woman.

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    Did someone forget that over 6 million jews, disabled people, elderly people and anyone else not suited to the Natzi Nordic race were systematically tortured, performed medical experiments on, and died in gas chambers, shot or abused by any other insane method? If you want to go ahead and admire his art, then you just go ahead and do that....I suppose that you would be the type to defend a serial killer and debase the victims. I for one, have no illusions about Hitler and what he did. I also know that my family fought during World War Two to make sure that you have the right to do so. I know him for a mad man, and I thank God every day that he was never allowed to become a world power. If he had, how many of you would be sitting there talking about the poor soul that was manipulated into becoming THAT mad man. Evil is Evil....you should be more careful about what you think and say.

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    If only GW Bush had gone to art school instead of...

    Instead of being a Cheerleader? LOL
    - Porsche91109 September 29, 2010, 1:54 pm
    what does bush have to do with hitler unless you are yet another idiot who likes to compare the two.
    - johnecash September 29, 2010, 1:55 pm
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    I actually think his art is reasonably good, as far as landscapes and buildings go, his grasp of the human form is not perfect.

    I do think that folk tend to dismiss his paintings and drawings because he was a dictator and mass murderer.

    I sort of wish he did end up as an artist rather than a dictator, and instead of spreading evil and pain, gave some good and beauty to the world...but that's how things turn out.

    It must be said, I also think Winston Churchill was quite a good artists also, though I do favour Hitler's slightly...Churchill was better at drawing man, but I prefer a lot of Hitler's landscapes to Churchill's.

    To the person that seems to think it's "evil" or an "endorsement" of Nazism to admire, buy, talk about or even look at a Hitler painting, may I point out that I think many folk here probably have relatives that fought in the war; I myself had a biological grandfather who fought in the war who I have been deprived of knowing because of it.
    Please learn that a "thoughrolly evil chap" can also be a good artist, or orator or musician, or poet or whatever. No one is one hundred percent evil all the time.

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    @lettieric:
    really? he's not a dictator? why, because he doesn't (directly) attack his own people? he doesn't have to. he sends them to iraq. bush is the quintessential definition of a dictator. he does what he wants, he breaks laws if he feels like it. he holds our troops on tours beyond the limitations of their agreements with the armed forces. blackwater is not held to us law. he forces our imperializm on countries that never attacked us. he breaks international law. and most importantly, we will do nothing to stop him, will we? we are just one person, what can we do? pathetic.

    • fools
    • April 23, 2008, 7:46 pm
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    Strange to say but I think Hitler was better evil than Stalin.

    • Mindze
    • April 25, 2008, 2:34 pm
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    Nice. That's a true talent.

    • Mindze
    • April 22, 2008, 3:11 pm
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    It's amazing how just one thing can adjust the history. Either a painter or evil dictator.

    • Paul
    • April 23, 2008, 12:21 am
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    The world lines have a way of correcting themselves, or even rebounding. Removing Hitler might put someone even more evil in his place, probably Josef Mengele. Coincidentally, this is the exact same reason nobody will remove Bush from the timeline, either.

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    While Bush does indeed appear to be a dumb ass, let us never fool ourselves that the "leader of the free world" *cough* gets there by his own means alone. There are obviously many concerns behind the throne, and Bush is a perfect puppet: malleable, ineffectual and, as you said, a total dumb ass.
    I take exception to your flagrant misuse of the word evil, but this is not the forum for that discussion. However, using the words "heartless animal" is something I have to question. How many animals have you encountered that butchered other sentient beings "just because", or for their own gain, without need for the flesh? How many animals have you encountered that did not respond to a gentle touch and a soft voice? I realise it is an expression, but these small words poison minds and program people subconsciously to regard animals as nothing but vermin.
    Please choose your words carefully.

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    hi i like hitler

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    hi i like all the comments on here

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    I have a painting by A.Hitler for sale if interested contact
    charliesden@hotmail.co.uk
    Andy

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    Too right Zayne. 'Heartless Animal' is an insensitive expression. Whereas 'dumb ass', why that's an eloquent phrase, well chosen and well placed.
    You lot... you DESERVE George W Bush.

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    Oh per-lease. To start with his paintings are awful. Secondly, aesthetics is a values-set. If you buy into the look and feel of his paintings, how far away are you from admiring the buildings? The uniforms? How about those Nuremberg Rallies? They were really stirring weren't they? And I mean the notion of purity in ITSELF isn't bad is it? We all like pure coffee after all?
    The point is, this is the DEFINITION of bad art. If you didn't know what bad art was before, look at this. Now you know. That's what it looks like. If you didn't know this was bad art, then you obviously didn't know dick. Art that aligns itself with an aesthetic that can kill 6 million people; that's bad. Okay? You want a definition of bad? That's it.
    As for Churchill. He's the one person who inspired a nation to stand up to Hitler. His was the voice that inspired Britain to resist and to keep fighting, to keep open the platform that allowed America to enter the war and invade France. He is the very definition of a modern political hero. You want a definition of good art, go look at his. Now check out the differences because they are not to be found in the TECHNIQUE!!! (Heaven's Sake)

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    By the way, there are fifteen paintings shown here. Twelve of them are fakes--not by Hitler at all.

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    If theses master pieces are really done by AH
    BEWARE OF ALL OTHER PAINTERS !!!

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    To accept the creative is to accept the mad. Becareful how much you like his paintings.

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    If he had been a painter, it would have saved a lot of people's lives
    Lets take a moment to consider how great art is
    Lets take another one to think about WHY Hitler didn't become an Artist

    • Flaraen
    • February 25, 2009, 11:44 am
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    How is enjoying a person's art a statement that you agree with his beliefs?

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    Hitler was evil. He was also a painter. Therefore, all painters are evil.

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    Oh per-lease yourself. Art is deifned as "decorative or illustrative elements in printed matter". I believe these fit that definition. As for the bad part,these are not horribly made (I.E Bad). Therefore, this is well made (I.E Good) art.

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    Or a better artist at the very least.

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    I agree. I believe we should take the blame as humans instead of dehumanizing him in an attempt to shift the blame.

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    You can see that the flower are dead, there is no life, we know that the flower is a simbol of love...

    • sel14
    • March 25, 2009, 6:16 pm
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    Certainly a better painter than Prince Harry.

    He was a talented self taught painter and maybe Hitler was excluded from art school because of class snobbery but so what? Who says that intelligent and talented people can't also be mass murderers? Charles Darwin, God?

    I am just glad Einstein made it to university!

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    Lol. Not that i think the holocaust was a good thing. To the contrary, my ancestors were directly affected by it. I agree with you that Hitler was evil. I just find it odd that you think that because some of his art appeals to me, I am somehow supporting his actions. Most of the people on here are not condoning his actions, so why are you getting all uptight?

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    Wow, finally something I agree with. I cant believe people cant look at something without some kind of bias. Really, he was an exceptional painter, not my favourite, but he is on the list. I, on the other hand, in no way condone his actions or his political, and personal ideology.

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    how inciteful

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    Ya, like you can paint better. Obviously your political views and hatred for hitler lead you to discriminate against his artist ability. The fact is that Adolf Hitler was a very talented artist and you know nothing about art. I hate hitler for who he was but you cant deny that he was an excellent artist. You probably prefer art by Jackson Pollock or that type where a couple of blue squares on a black background is brilliant. You people fuck up the art world.

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    This is about art, not the holocaust. If these paintings were given to anyone and asked to critique with the artist anonymous I guarentee that the response would be favorable, except maby for the german shepard drawing,ha, a little off, but not bad. And after all, mad, crazy people usually make the best artists.

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    Did you see the 3rd painting from the bottom. Its beautiful. I wonder if he was telling the truth that the art school he was denied acceptance to was run by jews who rejected him because he was not jewish.

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    • sowhat
    • May 13, 2009, 5:51 am
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    he shoulda went to art school...

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    if you remember correctly dip shit it wasn't hitler who declared the war on america... it was japan and we all know what happened to them. Hitler just had to back them up because he needed them to pressure china korea and russia.

    • hahaha
    • May 31, 2009, 9:40 pm
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    Well some of yall gave really intulectual answer and yall r gonna make me sound dumb but i guess his paintings are ok

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    Yeah we did declare war with him know your stuff before you say it

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    So many long posts. Here's a short one...

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    right on brian. i hate hitler for who he was aswell, but he was a very good artist

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    Actually, coyotes kill just because all the time. they're mean ass animals. Not only that, but I've encountered several animals that don't respond to a gentle touch and a soft voice. they bit the shit out of me. So pretty much most of your argument is null and void. I think heartless animal and evil suit Hitler just fine, myself. But that's just me.

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    We went to Germany to save Europe's sorry ass. And Hitler couldn't /get/ to the U.S. But who's to say he wouldn't have after he conquered Europe? And then we would have been completely without allies. Which would have ended horrifically. Personally, i'm glad we went when we did.

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    Damn. You kicked some ass there Waterfae. Mad props

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    slow clap. bravo waterfae

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    all artist particularly painters and illustrators are perceieved to be insane including jesus christ, and Aldof Schull admitted to being a Catholic in his autobio.

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    sorry guys this post was supposed to be way down there... keep reading i re-posted it where its supposed to be.... sorry again.

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    ank: #282
    wow i completely agree with waterfar, the ignorance that both slifer21 and jenks demonstrate in their bull shit comment, is one that many have shown in their opinions, but i also respect people for their input.... sure Hitler was an idiot that decided to kill millions of Innocent people because they were Jewish ( not to mention the other people that didn't want to follow a delusional man... and were often assassinated because of it) but he also brought little beauty to this hate filled world... his paintings..... "bob the builder" said that there were 15 paintings there, and only 3 were real, idk if that's true or not but regardless i think the paintings are filled with beauty.aside from what he did to the world.... his paintings are nice... im not saying that i know everything there is to know about paintings, which alot of people seem to know, but im saying this as a regular Jill (because im not a man .their for i prefer not to say Joe) my opinion isn't bias, and i would prefer if people didn't base their opinions on what that man did ....but base it on his ability to paint.

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    Hilter was a damn good painter, i like his stuff, as a politician he was a jerk, like all politicians, they are all jerks. But one has to understand who supported this man, the jewish bankers. If the jewish bankers did not support him, then the world would not have had a WW2. Everyone writes how bad he was, so on and so on, but remember it was the jewish bankers that supported Hilter, like Rothchild, Bush, etc. Blame the bankers and not the puppet. There is a program on Google called " Banking with Hilter ", this basiclly tells the truth, on why Hilter became Hilter. I blame the jewish bankers who are at fault for WW2.

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    Hitler was an evil motherfucker that deserved to die a horrible death many times over. However...
    I think that almost all of you are missing the point. The art and the man are two different things. in my profession I have met hundreds are celebrities of varying degrees and most of them are dinks in one way or another. It made me have to make a choice. Ignore the asshole and take the art as an entity unto itself or cast off the art all together. Some of the time I chose the latter, but really, Picasso was a dick. Do we throw out his art because of it? No. So I suggest that most of you try to look at the art for what it is and not what it isn't.

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    Dude, are you serious? That's like blaming a molested child for being too good looking. The bankers were doing their job. Sure they made a bad decision on who the loaned to, but blaming them? Ignorant. Simply ignorant. I hope that at some point in your life you get to see how horrible what you just said is.
    BTW I'm not jewish (although my granpa was) and I don't think badly of Germans. He was a powerful leader that had a hate on for anything foreign and it went beyond what it ever should have. Jews have been persecuted for millennia and Hitler had a reason for his hatred too. ei: his grandmother.
    Not saying it's right, but let's not blame Jews for an angry man with too much power.

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    if time travel is possible, or is going to be, then why haven't we seen people from the future yet?

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    I wonder what the world would have been like if the art school had accepted Hitler???

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    How..... unexpected?

    • Crazium
    • October 15, 2009, 9:41 pm
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    is this supposed to be funny cos im not gettin the joke if it is...

    • jimbar
    • October 17, 2009, 11:35 am
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    Hitler was an artist before he became the dictator we remember him for. He applied to an art school, but they denied him.

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    brilliant paintings but still i wish i could paint like that without the life/mind.

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    oh and i suppose the signatures were some other guy named "A. Hitler"

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    is there a painting hilter did about a valkyrie or is it fake

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    geese guys this is about paintings were not on the view talking B.S.

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    so it's because he flunked art school he killed 6,000,000 people?

    • Tiggy
    • November 7, 2009, 11:58 am
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    Really what was the point?

    • Tiggy
    • November 7, 2009, 11:58 am
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    rkinn09 is completely right. Brianwww, you make a good point that hitler was a good artist, but just because you like that style of art doesnt mean anything other than realism "fucks up the world". for you to say something like that is incredibly ignorant and biased.

    • Zink
    • November 13, 2009, 9:05 am
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    waterfae by impotence he meant that 6 million of the fuckers happily marched to their deaths men women and children to tunes played by their equally impotent counterparts and aside from a very small minority noone stood up and said NO. 6 million thats some army.

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    Because we haven't figured out how to time travel yet

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    just shut up

    • BEASTY
    • January 4, 2010, 4:13 am
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    not to bad better than ill ever beable to do
    could enter in really racist joke but yeaaaa......

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    ....you can see, such emotion in the portraits of the dogs, but in everything else, nothing,.... everybody who was very close to him have said that he had no real emotion but to his dogs he expressed love, he was a..well ehh.. "strange" man,

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    Hmm I like the colors he probably painted it with a mixture of jews blood and some other stuff

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    i have heard hitler was an artist back in austria, but its the first time i see his paintings. its curious that one of his friends and the dealer of his paintings was jewish. well in his paintings we can see a kind of sadness and restriction, there's no real "joie de vivre" in them. his landscapes are good, but they reflect some solitude and the faces lack some precision. maybe he would be better if he had some passion. art is love and impulse, dont think to much, just feel it!

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    I personally think that he was an incredible artist & that he was ever rejected from an art school is most confusing

    • GM1147
    • July 2, 2010, 2:51 am
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    Adolf Hitler's paintings are fairly average, his watercolours are fairly typical watercolour paintings, they are by no means bad though. Clearly they are not "Great Works of Art" but are relatively pleasing to the eye and reasonably accomplished.

    In 1937 the Nazi's exhibited so called "Degenerate" art (art which didn't meet with their ideologies)after this show many of those works were destroyed. The over the top reactions to Hitler's artwork portrayed on here is almost as extreme! It must be BAD art because it is free from expression and portrays realistic scenes?

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    i want the picture of a german shepherd

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    I came here to see his paintings, and I got a history lesson for free! The problem is... which of the lessons is the true version? Oh never mind... I saw the paintings. That what I came here for. :)

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    I personally like the paintings. AH was young and really wanted to get into the Academy doing architecture, but that required years of rudimentary schooling which he had never done, so in his poverty he painted architecture, quite astoundingly I may add, for never having studied it. Even he himself at the time considered his own painting mediocre.

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    Not Bad Obama Meme2

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    Look, the guy was good, he would have gotten into art school easy with todays low standards and with some schooling he would have improved dramatically. I draw and paint and yeah you are born with talent and an eye for art but certain things have to be learned. He didn't have hd reference photos, he did these in his late teens early twenties while living on the streets selling postcards of his work just to survive. He even painted some after surviving grenade splinters and blindness from a gas attack. Some say he even had a photographic memory which is pretty neat. Anyway, just remember how crappy his life was, abusive father, mother dies, he's on his own, but survives. A product of his environment but you can't pretend he wasn't artistic, his right brain never stopped.

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    Hitler was an ok artist. you need to be brilliant to stand out on an international landscape. Now he was a brilliant orator, and had a knack for accumulating power. Ever think what would've happened if we just let him go? Germany never attacked the United States directly, Japan did. So we bomb the hell out of Japan, why would we have sent troops to Germany? Sure killing people is bad, but its really none of our business.

    we declared war on germany only after they declared war on the US. funny thing is that Hitler has so much respect for the US that the US was the only country he officially declared war on.
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    1st) Art?.. what art?.. these are just some decorative images. Use the word sparingly and appropriately.

    2nd) Animal? Hitler was an animal and evil? Stop this naive and irresponsible stuff. It's not animals and devils that destroy our civilization and bring mass death and horror. It's us = people and our social/political systems in which YOU are part of.

    It's really depressing to read many of the comments here..

    • tele
    • April 28, 2008, 2:45 am
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    While historical evidence exists of the economic depression of Germany brought on by the first world war, and Hitler is documented to use that as one of his many platforms, I find it amusing to hear you speaking of his feelings as if you had personal experience of them. Humans find it difficult enough to know what someone else is thinking, let alone feeling, without that person telling us, and even then we have to take into account their intentions. Yet you know the feelings of a man long dead. Congratulations, you will probably end up with a Nobel prize, given your extraordinary discovery.
    Sarcasm aside, Hitler made Germany what it is today, and no one will argue the strength of its economy. Same can't be said for the land of the free, ey?
    And are you really so naive and immature to say killing oneself is the act of a coward? Have you ever been faced with death? It takes a strong person to come to the logical decision that the ride is over, and there's no point in hanging around anymore. He controlled his destiny from the beginning to the end. He didn't kill himself because he was a whiny American Emo kid, he made a logical decision. But then I suppose that is the American definition of madness, right? Or should we ask Dr Phil?

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    not bad
    makes me wonder if they didn't have hitlers name on them would there be so much negativity surrounding them

    hey bobthebuilder, you do realise that stalin killed a whole lot more people than hitler ever did right? the fact remains that it was the russians, not the americans or british that won the war in europe and put an end to hitler 3rd reich, so thank comrade stalin
    and churchill was no saint either, ordering the bombings of german cities after a german bomber missed its target dropping its load on london.
    have a read and wake up, history is written by the winners

    http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig/raico-churchill5.html

    • OniB
    • December 4, 2008, 8:12 am
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    pretty good, still doesn't make me think differently about that evil, evil man.

    • shacow
    • December 12, 2008, 10:54 am
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    Adolf Hitler was only a figurehead.Just as Bush or Hussien.They act out the will of the people.The real criminals are the historians and the biographers who make capital out of war.The other criminals are the faceless capitalists who make fortunes out of controlled and manipulated internecine murder.As for hitlers paintings they are only his representations of feelings just as cubism is to Picasso,or fauvism is to dali etc.Art is simply any represntation of the artist and observer.In otherwords everyone is an artist since we all represent what we percieve.Arthas no parameters ,borders or creed.

    • paradox
    • January 19, 2009, 10:24 am
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    They Are Gay! because the most evil man in history drew them!
    And the team the prson above me supports is the best

    • goop
    • April 27, 2009, 3:52 am
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    Pretty good artist but way better as a dictator. The worst thing he did was declaring war on America. How stupid was that!!! He already was at war with England, France, Russia, Poland, Yugoslavia etc.

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    yeah someone would have been bubbled up but not a bigoted dictator

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    He was a good artist

    • peace
    • January 18, 2010, 6:11 am
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    Definition of bad art: anything conforming to an aesthetic that also kills 6 million people. As in "I don't know about art, but I do know that bigotry kills"
    If you do not think these paintings are bad, you are looking at them wrong.

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    Nope, that'd be because he couldn't paint.

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    Wheeee! I thought Americans were STUPID. I didn't know HALF of it!!!

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    i hate the jews!!!!

    • Jenks
    • June 18, 2009, 2:18 am
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    I LOVE HITLER KILL THE DIRTY GOD DAMN JEWS THEY ARE THE DEVIL'S SPAWN AND SHALL BE BURNED AT THE STAKE FOOR THEIR IMPOTENCE

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