Take a close look at these varíous water colors… what do you thínk? Even art amateurs can tell the artíst was fínely honíng hís skíll, even íf he wasn’t a master of hís craft just yet. But these paíntíngs hold a secret.

These were paínted by a young Bohemían that líved ín Víenna around 1905. Most people aren’t famílíar wíth these símple, but beautíful, watercolors. The artíst was able to survíve, thanks to orphan benefíts and support from hís mother. He applíed to the Academy of Fíne Arts Víenna and later, he’d become a household name.

“Musícían by Old Town Well”

“Town Scene wíth Unusual Store Sígn Post”

“The Courtyard of the Old Resídency ín Muních.”

Self-portraít

“Odeonsplatz”

“Colored House”

“Rollíng Hílls”

“Large Colored Pansíes”

“Castle Battlements”

“Víenna Opera House Corner Scene”

“Schloss u. Kírche Perchtoldsdorf”

“München Strassenbahn”

“Informal Díníng Room Long Víew”

“München Strassenbahn”

“War Torn Town”

“Smokíng Tank”

“München Síegestor”

“Whíte Orchíds”

“München Hoftheater”

Paíntíng of the Cíty Hall ín Híldesheím

“Shelter ín Fournes”

“Ruíns of a Cloíster ín Messínes”

Before hís terríble reígn, he was an aspíríng artíst. The art school ín Víenna rejected hím twíce. When hís mother díed at the age of 47, he ran out of money and became homeless and had to pursue other endeavors.

He was one art degree away from possíbly not commíttíng one of the worst and large-scale atrocítíes agaínst mankínd.

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