After Andy Warhol (American, 1928-1987). Group of two silkscreens based on Warhol's iconic 1970 "Flower" portfolio. One in blue, pink, red, orange, and yellow. The other in green, white, and blue.Green; height: 24 1/4 in x width: 24 in. Red; height: 27 in x width: 26 1/2in.
The prints are in fair condition with no major creases, losses, or tears. The color is bold and bright. Both prints do not show a sign of restoration when inspected under UV light. The green-themed print is mounted on the board and has soiling, most noticeably to the dark blue flower as shown in the listing image. Scattered light creases throughout, possibly due to glue from the recto. To the upper right flower, there is a vertical light grey mark; please see the listing image. Wear along the margins. The red-themed print has a few scattered areas of creases, most noticeably by the orange flower. There is a light crease to the upper left margin, measuring 1 1/2 in. To the lower right corner, there is a minute tear. Along the margins, there is light wear. Along the verso, there are several scattered creases that are also visible from the recto; along the upper margin, there is skimming from an old tape.
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