Flowers, 1964.

Warhol's Flowers stand out as one of the artist's most iconic themes, featuring oversized, luminous blossoms set against a backdrop of textured grass patterns. Warhol transformed an image of hibiscus flowers, originally spotted in a June 1964 Modern Photography magazine article, infusing it with his own creative touch. During the mid-1960s, color became a crucial element in Warhol's artistic expression, leading him to select vibrant, eye-catching shades that captivate the audience. The stylized, industrial appearance of the Flowers series from 1964-65 highlights their role as both a marketable product and a commentary on the commercialization of nature's beauty through mass production.

Gallery quality canvas print displays vibrant artwork that is built to last. Printed with HP Latex Inks that are fade resistant. Inks are water based and solvent free so rest assured there are no harsh chemicals in your home. Assembled with 3/4" thick wood frame and glued wood core stretcher bars.

All canvas prints are wrapped and shipped in fitted packaging

  • Ready To Hang - Mounting hardware comes attached.
  • Leveling Bumpers Included - For wall protection.
  • Semi-Gloss Print - Increased vibrancy of artwork.
  • Beveled Wood Stretch Bars - Make frame less noticeable on front of canvas.
  • Industrial Strength Staples - Ensure a tight fit that is sure to last.
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