Unique screenprint in black and white, hand-coloured by the artist, also signed by the artist in pencil.
104 x 69.5 cm. (41 x 27¼ in.)
Throughout this series Warhol chose to screenprint his freehand line drawings and then colour them in by hand, making each print unique, whereas before, Warhol had delighted in removing all trace of his presence from his work.
The series reminds us of what a talented draughtsman Warhol was as a commercial illustrator during the 1950s. The freehand lines and hand-inked bursts of vivid colour used to capture these still-life flowers recall Warhol’s earlier offset lithographs from the 1950s, such as ‘25 Cats Name[d] Sam and One Blue Pussy’ and ‘Wild Raspberries’ which are also featured in this new exhibition.
Featuring Andy Warhol's vibrant, flamboyant, hand-coloured lithographs from the 1950s and elegant still-life screenprints from the 1970s, the exhibition invites you to revisit the creative world of one of the most famous artists of all time.
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