Easter Sunday

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Easter Sunday

Easter Sunday is a painting by Marilyn Manson. This painting shows a part human part easter bunny figure in the foreground, while in the background we see the green hill of calvary/golgotha still with the execution crosses of good Friday in the background. the easter bunny caricature shows signs of stigmata, (the wounds of Christ) and an extra finger, which Manson personally has stated is reference to Seraphim angels. It is now unavailable as it has been sold.


  • 30" × 22"
  • Watercolor


  • In an MTV news feature Manson explains the sixth finger: "It's an Easter painting, a holiday item. She has six fingers, which I also had on the cover of Mechanical Animals. It's a reference to Seraphim, a religious reference. Angels were said to have six fingers on one hand."