Lucian Freud (December 8, 1922 to July 20. 2011), grandson of Sigmund Freud, enjoyed a childhood of privilege. His ODNB article describes "holidays at Gross Gaglow, their maternal grandfather's estate at Cottbus, and in a cottage on the Baltic island of Hiddensee, off Rugen."
His parents moved the family to Britain months after Hitler came to power. So it was post-war England portrayed in one of the young painter's drawings: "Hercules" (1948) portrays a youthful male, looking passive and uncertain, with a stuffed lion atop his head. This twist on the myth of heroic Hercules shows how keenly attuned Lucien Freud was to the post war atmosphere.
Throughout his career this Freud relied on his grandfather. Sigmund Freud left the royalties from his books to his grandsons.