Eva Braun owned it, Adolf Hitler painted it

Source: David Irving, Focal Point, Action Report NewsLetter of August 15th, 2010, “Adolf Hitler painted it, Eva Braun owned it” (http://www.fpp.co.uk/shop/Wuest/Schneider/index.html, Hitler_Rose_Aquarell_1162.jpg. See also: http://www.fpp.co.uk/shop/Wuest/Schneider/index.html)

"As a penniless eighteen-year-old art student in Vienna in 1907 Adolf Hitler painted this watercolor of roses. After 1931 he gave the painting to Eva Braun, who gave the painting to her best friend Herta Schneider in 1940."

THIS HITLER PAINTING IS OFFERED "FOR SALE": "This unique and gifted work of art is now for sale by its Bavarian owner, at at inclusive price of 42,500.- Euros. [est. US$54,200.00 +/-] It is a major investment, and will only grow in value. [As of Aug. 15th, 2010]

"Herta and Eva had known each since they were little girls at school together. In April 1945, in the final days of her short and tragic life, Eva wrote two sad letters to Herta, and by courier plane from Hitler's bunker sent her the engagement ring. (Copies of these letters are included in this sale.)" [See these letters in this same Image Gallery, at "Eva writes grim news from Hitler's bunker, Page 1 and 2," in this same image Gallery].

See also, a confirmation letter, at "Eva Braun's painting from Hitler, confirmed," in this same Image Gallery.