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c.1954 Painted by the famed "Madman of the Hague," Remco de Groot. De Groot was infamous for supposedly using his own blood, and the blood of others, to construct his modernist masterpieces. This was later proven to be just a wild rumor, however.
Where to Find ItEdit
At the Firehouse: On the first floor, hanging on the wall over the drinking fountain.
Secondary Canon HistoryEdit
The Ravishing Red Prince ended up in the lobby of the apartment complex where Dana Barrett lived at in 1989. As of the Tiamat incident, the Ravishing Red Prince was hanging up on the wall left of the Firehouse's office area.
- The painting's modern design and colors reflect similar characteristics to the famous artworks of Piet Mondrian (1872–1944). In particular, the painting is based on the 1920s "Composition" 
- The glowing horned demon head in the painting is the same face as the gargoyle head from the Shandor building in the original Ghostbusters movie. It is seen coming loose in a violent rumble and falls from the building just before the voice of Gozer demands the Ghostbusters to choose its next form.