Alfons Schneider, Karwendel

‘Bergkreuz im Karwendel’ (‘Karwendel Mountains’)The painting shows in the background the Karwendel, a rocky mountain formation in Tirol, Austria, near the German border and close to Mittenwald, where

Alfons Schneider, Silvesternacht 1941

‘Sylvesternacht 1941’ (‘New Year’s Eve 1941′)Monumental painting, displayed at the GDK 1942 room 13.Size 125% x 149 cm.’Sylvesternacht 1941’ by Schneider was also displayed at the exhibition ‘Na

Alfons Schneider, Voralpenlandschaft

‘Voralpenlandschaft’ (‘Alpine Foreland’)The painting depicts the Alpine Foreland, probably near Mittelwald, in the neighbourhood of Schneider’s summer atelier.

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Alfons Schneider, Wetterstein mit Schmalensee

‘Wetterstein mit Schmalensee bei Mittenwald'(‘Wetterstein and the Schmalensee near Mittenwald’)The painting depicts the Wetterstein and the Schmalensee, near Mittelwald, in the neighbourhood of S

Alfred Bernert, Mutter mit Kind

‘Mutter mit Kind’ (‘Mother with Child’)Displayed at the Sächsiche Kunstausstellung Dresden, 1934.’In meinem Staat ist die Mutter die wichtigste Staatsbürgerin’Adolf Hitler, speech to the Nation

Alfred Roloff, Vormarsch

‘Eifel Landscape’ (‘Eifel Landschaft’)  This painting by Werner Peiner depicts the farmland of the Eifel, which was also the subject of the famous paintings ‘Deutsche Erde’ and ‘Grosse Herbstland

Anton Hoffmann, Drachenkampf

‘Drachenkampf’ (‘Dragon fight’)Design for a war bond.Original large drawing, created in 1917.World War I was the first war in which posters, along with postcards and movies, played a dominant role in

Anton Müller Wischin, Spanish Castle

‘Spanishes Castell im Mondlicht’ (‘Spanish Castle in Moonlight’)Left: ‘Spanish Castle in Moonlight’, GDK 1939, room 15. This is a watercolour version; the oil-version hung in 1939 in Room 15

Anton Müller Wischin, Weisse Rosen

‘Weisse Rosen’ (‘White Roses’) This is probably an early work (but one of his best!) of Anton Müller Wischin, before he made a career in the Third Reich and became a wealthy man. The beautifully

Arthur Kampf, Frau in Blauem Tuch

‘Frau in Blauem Tuch’ (‘Woman in a Blue Shawl’)The oak leaves are a traditional German national symbol associated with patriotism and military prowess.Displayed at the ‘Frühjahrs-Ausstellung, Pr