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Flowers (FS II.67), 1970

Print

Screenprint on Paper

36.00 x 36.00 in

91.4 x 91.4 cm

Edition of 250

Signed in ballpoint pen and numbered with a rubber stamp on verso

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About The Work

Flowers are from a portfolio of 10 screenprints that Warhol released 7 years after his sold-out Flowers show at the famed Leo Castelli show in New York. The works all feature the same cropped image of a hibiscus flower taken from a photo by Patricia Caulfield Warhol used previously. At the time, Warhol was focused on themes of death and disaster, and the Flowers portfolio was a departure from that subject manner. The Flowers works are some of the most sought after prints by Warhol, as they feature extremely iconic imagery interlaced in the bright colors he became known for.  

Courtesy of ЯEVOLVER Gallery

About Andy Warhol

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  • There are 26 AP signed and lettered A-Z in ball-point pen on verso.

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