Large size oil painting (730 mm x 620 mm) – typical rural German Art in the style of Oskar Mulley, one of Eva Braun’s favourite artists, its known Hitler purchased several paintings and gave to Eva Braun to hang in her Munich House.

The canvas has no doubts been stretched over a new wooden frame, but the original tack holes are still visible next to the new staples. Frame is lightweight and of a new design – entire painting to include frame is no more than 2 kilos. Frame is stamped in red with framer’s website address.

Painting looks as though it’s been produced by brush and a pallet knife as Mulley produced in his later works. Its signed H. Sachss 47 in the lower right corner. When painted care was not taken to avoid contamination, but colours are vibrant and certainly the artist has imitated the Mulley style.

Cheap painting that would fit nicely in any Bavarian themed room or bar. An example of an Oskar Mulley painting is included in the photos for comparison.

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