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Schmitzberger painting
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MOST POPULAR DEUTSCHE JAEGERSCHAFT PRINT DURING THE THIRD REICH
A BEAUTIFUL PRINT OF THE “FOX CALLING HARES”
BY JOSEF SCHMITZBERGER OF MUENCHEN
Nazi painting
Version 2 >>>>
During the Third Reich of Adolf Hitler copies of this print could be found decorating the walls of hunting camps and lodges throughout Greater Germany. Any hunter with a wall to hang one on put this beautiful painted scene at the top of his want list. The European Brown Hare (Lepus europaens) is a very fast, very reclusive animal; so fast and reclusive that foxes have difficulty getting one to dinner. Thus legends abound about foxes calling hares, providing inspiration for the remarkable Josef Schmitzberger painting.

We offer two versions of this beautiful print, each measuring 7-1/2 x 9-1/2 inches, centered on a 8-1/2 x 11 inch sheet of archival white 80 pound matt paper. Version 1 above is simply print as painted. Version 2 seen below has a 1 inch tall black Deutsche Jägerschaft emblem in the lower left corner. BE SURE TO SPECIFY WHICH VERSION YOU WANT WHEN ORDERING.

A splendid compliment to any collection of Third Reich Deutsche Jägerschaft material. New condition.
Either version of this print of the famous Josef Schmitzberger painting is
offered for sale for $13.75 delivered in the USA, $19.95 outside the USA.
Be sure to specify if you want Version 1 or Version 2.
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