Was Hitler's art work good?
Depends on who you ask.
One modern art critic was asked to review some of his paintings without being told who painted them and judged them "quite good". The different style in which he drew human figures, however, the critic said, represented a profound uninterest in people. Paintings by Adolf Hitler
"They look quite typical of an aspiring student hoping to get into art school - tentative and not very certain about his perspective when he's using pencil and pen, making basic errors by getting the top and the bottom of a candlestick wrong in relation to each other and so on.
"And he doesn't yet have much in the way of technical skill, but it's not so bad that one can't imagine him learning - especially when he's bolder with the charcoal or black chalk.
"But there's no latent genius here, and not much beyond a moderate GCSE. Probably if the artist was at school today you wouldn't encourage him to keep the subject up at A Level. Hitler sketches that failed to secure his place at art academy to be auctioned
One reason the academy turned him down is he hadn’t graduated from high school.
Hitler did manage to sell some of his artwork in Vienna. One man collected some of his paintings.