Keith Haring’s, Flower portfolio is comprised of 5 large and iconic works, each composed in the artist’s distinct pop-graffiti aesthetic, one that is centered on fluid, bold outlines set against a dense, rhythmic expanse of imagery. The drip lines and splatter marks present were intentionally left by the artist as an expression of his suffering, born from the debilitating effects of AIDS. It would be only months upon this work's completion that Haring would finally succumb to his illness and leave behind a tragically beautiful legacy. Flowers III was created in 1990 as a color screenprint, is hand-signed, dated and numbered, measures 39 x 51 in. (99 x 129.5 cm.) , unframed, from the edition of 100.