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Wax Dahlia is a painting by Marilyn Manson. It presumably depicts the face of ill-fated actress, Elizabeth Short, in reference to the painting's name (as Short was nicknamed Black Dahlia). The title 'Wax Dahlia' was released to the public as part of the Hell, Etc. Exhibit by ArtModernGallery in 2010.
- 16" × 22" (framed 23" x 32")
- Watercolor on Paper
- Circa 2004
- This is one of many paintings Manson completed that depict Elizabeth Short. Other paintings of her being A Smile I, A Smile II, And Now a Special Sort of Death for One So Fair and You're Sure You Will Be Comfortable?.