Watercolour painting by Marilyn Manson
The Death of Art
(34.5 x 46.5 inches)
So far, Manson's paintings are mainly figurative. When asked if he
had experimented with other styles, such as landscapes, he replied:
"The only painting that comes close to a landscape is The Death of Art, which was based on an image of the cathedral burning in Berlin that kind of ended Weimar. I thought that was symbolic of and inspirational to the record and to my art show. The strange thing is, it ended up looking almost like a face."
The colours are different in this next version.
So which one is closest to the true colours?