FLOWERS

Wool Tapestry

Manufacturer Weng Contemporary

design by
(1920)
Andy Warhol Collection
Flowers- Hand Woven Wool Tapestry.
Throughout art history, the flower and its symbolism has been the subject for many renowned artists. Andy Warhol explored the qualities of the flower image through his Pop Art prism in the Flower series of 1964, thus creating cartoon-like symbol that would be instantly recongnised. 
The 1964 Flower series became one of his most iconic and successful works. Based on a discovered photograph of hibiscus blossoms, Warhol drenched the flowers’ floppy shapes with a variation of vibrant colours, transforming them into psychedelic indoor décor. Playing with traditional art historical themes, Andy Warhol gave a particular twist to this historically accepted symbol of life. The electric colours of his flowers, drawn from a darker and rich undergrowth background might be the indicator of an extreme vision of life, a life lived on the edge.

Signature:Signed

Dimensions

183 x 183 cm
Wool Tapestry FLOWERS - Weng Contemporary

Wool Tapestry FLOWERS - Weng Contemporary
Wool Tapestry FLOWERS - Weng Contemporary

Wool Tapestry FLOWERS - Weng Contemporary
Wool Tapestry FLOWERS - Weng Contemporary

Wool Tapestry FLOWERS - Weng Contemporary
Wool Tapestry FLOWERS - Weng Contemporary

Wool Tapestry FLOWERS - Weng Contemporary
Wool Tapestry FLOWERS - Weng Contemporary

Wool Tapestry FLOWERS - Weng Contemporary
Wool Tapestry FLOWERS - Weng Contemporary

Wool Tapestry FLOWERS - Weng Contemporary
Wool Tapestry FLOWERS - Weng Contemporary

Wool Tapestry FLOWERS - Weng Contemporary
Wool Tapestry FLOWERS - Weng Contemporary

Wool Tapestry FLOWERS - Weng Contemporary
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