Marilyn Manson – “Hand of Glory” Limited Watercolor fine art painting by Marilyn Manson

Marilyn Manson – “Hand of Glory” Limited Watercolor fine art painting – signed and numbered by Marilyn Manson

He chose this painting as the showpiece for the artshow. I originally read that it was bought by actor, Nicolas Cage, but I’ve since read that Manson gave it to J.T. Leroy for his 24th birthday. Perhaps that was a lithograph?

Here’s what MM said about the painting:

“There is a fine line between being childish or holding onto your childish imagination in just the right way. This painting has a bit of that. It was never meant to be a portrait of myself but a symbol of the sadness of sometimes not being able to do what you want to do.”

And from another source:

“This painting’s actually of a girl but everyone thinks it’s a boy. It’s part of a short story I wrote about a girl and her hand being taken away from her. It kind of goes along with superstitions from voodoo and witchcraft about taking someone’s hand and getting power from it. I thought that piece was good to represent the whole show because it represents my approach to all art by doing things in a childish way, and it’s about how people often want to take away that element and try to make you grow up or play by the rules. There’s a difference between being immature and being childish, and I don’t mind being childish, because there’s something beautiful about the way kids are fearless. That picture’s really about innocence and the sadness at its being taken away.”


Genre Abstract
Category Celebrity Art
Artwork year 2002
Size 76.2 x 55.9 cm
Medium Hahnemühle 350gsm Museum Etching Paper
Edition Multiple editions
Impression 500
Edition number 119/500 – 199/500
Signature Signed and numbered by Marilyn Manson
Keywords Marilyn Manson,Lithograph,Hand Of Glory

Price CHF 2'500.00

I'm interested in buying "Marilyn Manson – “Hand of Glory” Limited Watercolor fine art painting by Marilyn Manson":