Andy Warhol’s Black and White Flowers complete portfolio is one of three flowers series that he created throughout the course of his career, and it is one of the most crude yet valuable series that Warhol created because of its ingenuity and originality. Warhol continuously revisited the use of flowers as a subject matter throughout his entire career in almost every medium. Compared with Warhol’s Flowers series from 1970, the hand-drawn quality of Black and White Flowers is more delicate and thematically different than many of his other subjects, showing Warhol’s ability to incorporate and experiment with different methods. When comparing this portfolio with his others that feature screenprints delineated by thick, machine-printed lines and brilliant colors that purposefully hide the artist’s influence, these prints feel more reflective of Warhol’s personal touch and less like the product of a printing machine. The Black and White Flowers complete portfolio includes FS II.100-109.