I'm looking for either a single word or a very short (really, as short as possible) phrase that could be defined (literally or metaphorically) as:
"beauty that is possessed due to or despite the pain, suffering, darkness, brokenness, disturbing qualities, malformation, etc. belonging to the entity in question."
It does not necessarily need to reference any of those (traditionally) negative qualities explicitly; you can replace them with a blanket statement such as "a quality that is traditionally viewed as negative or in opposition to wellness."
The word/phrase could be in English or any other language. If it is in a language other than English, it will still be used in the context of English as a loan-word.
The word/phrase does not need to literally mean this; even if it refers to this concept only in metaphor I will accept it.
This word or phrase does not need to be in formal usage or be in a traditional dictionary. What I mean by this is that the word may be one that is found only in a particular literary or scholarly work(s), or is in common parlance. Therefore, slang is acceptable, as is a word that is only seen in a specialized academic community, or even a word made up by a well known and reputable writer. I don't want nonsense words you make up.
An example sentence illustrating the intended usage is "She [a horribly scarred young woman] possessed a profound and unsettling _____."
An adjectival form of this idea would also be acceptable, in which case an example sentence could be "The ______ scene filled the explorers with unexpected awe."
Note that the word or phrase need not obey the specific structure of those sentences, as they were supplied simply to illustrate the general direction of usage.