A collection of all things related to Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany, with an emphasis on humor.
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Htiler's Art Collection Frows in Value
Last year, the market was awakened by the sale of a painting by Karl
Walther for 23,000 euro. It was an extremely scarce piece as it once
hung in the New Chancellery of Adolf Hitler. It seems now that this was
not a one-off occasion. Recently works of other artists popular in the
Third Reich have been sold for considerable prices. Almost 70 years
after World War II, more and more people see this art from a purely
historical perspective. Although the art works originate from an
extremely tragic period, they should not be hidden or destroyed. This is
an opinion shared by several museums, seeing the rising number of
exhibitions of this art and the number of visitors.