Hysterical Parapalegic

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Hysterical Parapalegic

Hysterical Parapalegic is a painting by Marilyn Manson. Consisting of three separate panels which depicts a full-body portrait of Marilyn Manson's close friend and artist Charles Koutris. Although a rumor had surfaced that this painting was of Nine Inch Nails front man Trent Reznor. Apparently this caused controversy in the Nine Inch Nails fan community due to the image of narcotics in one hand, supposedly mocking Trent's past issues with drugs. There is no truth to this rumor, the painting has nothing to do with Trent Reznor or NIN. It is now unavailable as it has been sold.


  • 30" × 22" (Each panel)
  • Watercolor