Marilyn Manson – “Die deutsche Kämpferin” Limited Watercolor fine art painting by Marilyn Manson

Marilyn Manson – “Die deutsche Kämpferin” Limited Watercolor fine art painting – signed and numbered by Marilyn Manson

MM: “The name comes from what I believe was a women’s magazine during the Third Reich that was kind of like the Cosmopolitan of propaganda, and it was about being a strong woman for Germany. That painting was sarcastic. I started painting it right when I came home from the Magic Castle, because I’m a member there, and I wanted to do something that tied in ’30s Hollywood and Berlin, and Charlie Chaplin was definitely an inspiration.

“I thought the flowers in the background were a cross between columbines, which some people don’t know are flowers, and palm trees. It was also around the time of the Columbine event, which I was blamed for. It’s so ironic now that the movie, Bowling For Columbine, has made people see how ridiculously the media treated the whole thing now. People don’t realize how it almost completely destroyed my career. My life was at risk, and I basically wanted to give up. It’s great that I’ve kind of come full circle.”


Genre Abstract
Category Celebrity Art
Artwork year 1999
Size 76.2 x 55.9 cm
Medium Hahnemühle 350gsm Museum Etching Paper
Edition Multiple editions
Impression 25
Edition number 12/25
Signature Signed and numbered by Marilyn Manson
Keywords Lithographie,Marilyn Manson

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