It's worse than that. One of those to whom Hitler showed his work didn't think Hitler had much of a future as a painter -- but thought he might do well in set design. He gave young Adolf a letter of introduction to a leading Vienna producer. Hitler, though, was too shy to ever use the letter. Think if he had. I imagine diligent research might uncover traces of the career of the modestly successful Viennese set designer, A.Hitler. Known as something of an oddity in the Austrian theater world of the 1930's.
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from the article: Hitler painting that may have belonged to Freud put up for auction