Sigmund Freud had Adolf Hitler painting

Published on February 12th, 2010 | by Admin

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Famed psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud may have had a Hitler original hanging on the wall of his office.
A watercolour by the German dictator has come to light that has an inscription on the back that bears the name of Freud’s medical practice in Vienna.
While Freud was based in the Austrian city in 1910 it is possible he or one of his staff bought the picture from the struggling artist.
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Hitler was a jobbing painter at the time, knocking out postcards and paintings and trying to make a living.
This painting, that measures 8in by 4in, shows what looks like a small church with a background of mountains and is signed “A Hitler 1910.”

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Famed psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud may have had a Hitler original hanging on the wall of his office.

A watercolour by the German dictator has come to light that has an inscription on the back that bears the name of Freud’s medical practice in Vienna.

While Freud was based in the Austrian city in 1910 it is possible he or one of his staff bought the picture from the struggling artist.

Hitler was a jobbing painter at the time, knocking out postcards and paintings and trying to make a living.

This painting, that measures 8in by 4in, shows what looks like a small church with a background of mountains and is signed “A Hitler 1910.”

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