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Fourteen original artworks painted by erstwhile leader of Nazi Germany Adolf Hitler were on show in Nuremberg, Tuesday, as the city's Weidler auctioneers prepare to put the pictures up for sale later this month. The watercolours and drawings, dating from 1904 to 1922, are set to go under the hammer between June 18 and 20, and are estimated to fetch between €1,000 and €45,000 ($1,128-50,700) each. The pictures include what critics have called 'mediocre' depictions of flowers and rural German and Austrian scenery, including a painting of European King Ludwig II's Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria. Hitler, who long held dreams of becoming an artist, was rejected from Vienna's Academy of Fine Arts in 1907, as he recounts in his autobiography 'Mein Kampf'. In response to criticism over the selling the paintings, Weidler auction house has stated that any complaints should be directed at the seller, and not the middle man. The auction house previously sold one of the Nazi leader's watercolours for € 130,000 ($146,206), with the buyer remaining anonymous.
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