Flowers, c.1964 (1 red, 1 yellow, 2 pink) is a high quality open edition print of an original silkscreen by American pop artist Andy Warhol
. Being square meant you could hang these flowers any way you wanted depending on what angle you liked. The original image for the flowers came from a photograph of seven hibiscus flowers taken by Patricia Caulfield in the magazine called Modern Photography. Warhol cropped this image to a perfect square and manipulating the flowers so they fitted. The use of someone else’s photograph in his work lead to a law suit and after this Warhol only used his own photographs in his work. Warhol produced the same collection of flowers in a whole variety of colours is version has the four flowers in different colours red, yellow and two pink.
Image Credit: ©/®/TM The Andy Warhol
Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
FRAMED WITH WHITE OR BLACK WOODEN BOX FRAME AND NORMAL GLASS (OTHER OPTIONS AVAILABLE AT ADDITIONAL COST). USE FRAMING OPTIONS TO VIEW, BUT DO NOT ADD TO THE BASKET.
SPECIAL OFFER FOR THE WEEK - YOU ARE PAYING FOR THE FRAMING AND £1 FOR THE PRINT (usually £58)
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE