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Flowers
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Flowers (Hand drawn) (1974) are comparatively conventional in style for Andy Warhol. Yet they manifest a side of Warhol’s personality that is recognisably his: his childlike delight in everyday things of beauty, displayed here in the simple, somewhat haphazardly shaded, depiction of flowers such as roses and sunflowers.

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Flowers (F. & S. II.119) - Signed Print by Andy Warhol 1974 - MyArtBroker
Flowers (F. & S. II.119) Signed Print 
Andy Warhol

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Flowers (F. & S. II.118) - Signed Print by Andy Warhol 1974 - MyArtBroker
Flowers (F. & S. II.118) Signed Print 
Andy Warhol

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Flowers (F. & S. II.116) - Signed Print by Andy Warhol 1974 - MyArtBroker
Flowers (F. & S. II.116) Signed Print 
Andy Warhol

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Flowers (F. & S. II.115) - Signed Print by Andy Warhol 1974 - MyArtBroker
Flowers (F. & S. II.115) Signed Print 
Andy Warhol

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Flowers (F. & S. II.114) - Signed Print by Andy Warhol 1974 - MyArtBroker
Flowers (F. & S. II.114) Signed Print 
Andy Warhol

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Flowers (F. & S. II.113) - Signed Print by Andy Warhol 1974 - MyArtBroker
Flowers (F. & S. II.113) Signed Print 
Andy Warhol

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Flowers (F. & S. II.112) - Signed Print by Andy Warhol 1974 - MyArtBroker
Flowers (F. & S. II.112) Signed Print 
Andy Warhol

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Flowers (F. & S. II.110) - Signed Print by Andy Warhol 1974 - MyArtBroker
Flowers (F. & S. II.110) Signed Print 
Andy Warhol

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Flowers (F. & S. II.111) - Signed Print by Andy Warhol 1974 - MyArtBroker
Flowers (F. & S. II.111) Signed Print 
Andy Warhol

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Flowers (black and white) (F. & S. II.106) - Signed Print by Andy Warhol 1974 - MyArtBroker
Flowers (black and white) (F. & S. II.106) Signed Print 
Andy Warhol

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Flowers (black and white) (F. & S. II.104) - Signed Print by Andy Warhol 1974 - MyArtBroker
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Andy Warhol

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Meaning & Analysis

Rendered in a potentially more conventional form, Warhol’s Flowers (Hand drawn) are a collection of prints created in 1974. In this collection, Warhol takes recognisable flowers, such as roses and sunflowers, and reproduces them through a realistic lens, maintaining the subject matter in its conventional form. Warhol adds his own artistic touch through the use of abstract shadows and shading.

Warhol is known for taking everyday commercial goods and elevating them into the realm of fine art. From Brillo Boxes to Campbell's Soup Cans, Warhol challenged the criteria of what could be considered an apt subject of fine art. The inspiration for Flowers came from a similarly popular source. The collection is based on images of flowers that Warhol came across in a wallpaper catalogue. As well as being based on wallpaper designs, the flowers are reminiscent of 19th century Japanese woodblock prints which show delicately rendered flower arrangements.

10 Facts About Andy Warhol's Flowers (hand-coloured)

Flowers (F. & S. II.118) by Andy Warhol

Flowers (F. & S. II.118) © Andy Warhol, 1974

1. Warhol was inspired by wallpaper designs to create this print series.

The collection is based on images of flowers that Warhol came across in a wallpaper catalogue. As well as being based on wallpaper designs, the flowers are reminiscent of 19th century Japanese woodblock prints which show delicately rendered flower arrangements.

Flowers (F. & S. II.114) by Andy Warhol

Flowers (F. & S. II.114) © Andy Warhol, 1974

2. These prints were created using an opaque projector.

Using wallpaper samples and the book Interpretative Flower Designs by Mrs Raymond Rus Stolz as his source material, Warhol used an opaque projector to copy from these images and create the delicately rendered image.

Flowers (hand-coloured) by Andy Warhol

Flowers (hand-coloured) © Andy Warhol, 1974

3. Every print in this series is unique.

Every print in the series is unique in that they were each coloured by a studio assistant with Dr. Martin’s aniline watercolour dyes. Flowers (hand coloured) amalgamates the hand-drawn with the mass-produced, and originality with appropriation, in his use of the screen printing technique, hand-dying and the copied image through organically drawn lines.

Flowers (F. & S. II.112) by Andy Warhol

Flowers (F. & S. II.112) © Andy Warhol