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I bet they paid a lot of money to come up with this sign.

Powerful Revolution Posters by Michael Thompson also known as Freestylee.

Adolf-Ziegler-The-Four-Elements-before-1937.jpg (2100×1265). This piece was installed over Hitler's fireplace.  Hitler believed this depiction of the human body was consistent with what was considered "good art" befitting a superior race.  (Ick!!!) Ziegler was appointed as one of those to seize so called "degenerate" art.

'Degenerate Art' Once Looted By The Nazis Is Now Being Shown In Stunning Exhibition

Adolf Ziegler - The Four Elements: Fire (left wing), Earth and Water (center panel), Air (right wing), 1937

In a Rediscovered Trove of Art, a Triumph Over the Nazis’ Will - NYTimes.com

In a Rediscovered Trove of Art, a Triumph Over the Nazis’ Will

This painting of two riders was also discovered in Munich. It was probably the work of the German late impressionist Max Liebermann Of Nazi rule, the artist reportedly once said, "I cannot eat as much as I would like to puke.

"The Fountain of Grace" or "The Triumph of the Church over the Synagogue," Flemish, c. 1450.

"The Fountain of Grace" or "The Triumph of the Church over the Synagogue," Flemish, c.

A confrontation between "degenerate art" and "true" Nazi art (2 of 2) : These two pictures were reproduced side by side in a German art book in order to illustrate the superiority of "true" Nazi art over the "degenerate art" which satirized the front-line soldier.  The confrontation pits George Grosz, the Republic's leading left-wing painter, against Elk Eber, an old party member and designer of Nazi propaganda posters. (Deutsche Kunst und entartete Kunst, edited by Adolf Dresler, Munich…

A confrontation between "degenerate art" and "true" Nazi art (2 of 2) : These two pictures were reproduced side by side in a German art book in order to illustrate the superiority of "true" Nazi art over the "degenerate art" which satirized the front-line soldier. The confrontation pits George Grosz, the Republic's leading left-wing painter, against Elk Eber, an old party member and designer of Nazi propaganda posters. (Deutsche Kunst und entartete Kunst, edited by Adolf Dresler, Munich…

A confrontation between "degenerate art" and "true" Nazi art (1 of 2): These two pictures were reproduced side by side in a German art book in order to illustrate the superiority of "true" Nazi art over the "degenerate art" which satirized the front-line soldier. The confrontation pits George Grosz, the Republic's leading left-wing painter, against Elk Eber, an old party member and designer of Nazi propaganda posters. (Deutsche Kunst und entartete Kunst, edited by Adolf Dresler, Munich…

A confrontation between "degenerate art" and "true" Nazi art (1 of 2): These two pictures were reproduced side by side in a German art book in order to illustrate the superiority of "true" Nazi art over the "degenerate art" which satirized the front-line soldier. The confrontation pits George Grosz, the Republic's leading left-wing painter, against Elk Eber, an old party member and designer of Nazi propaganda posters. (Deutsche Kunst und entartete Kunst, edited by Adolf Dresler, Munich…

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