In 1970, these original silkscreens were reproduced to create a new series of Warhol, Flower screenprints. They were named “Sunday B Morning” prints, each recognized as an authentic reproduction in Warhol’s catalogue raisonne. Created in the same manner, on the same paper as Warhol’s initial Flower portfolio, the notable differences are the missing Warhol signature and the much lower price. Created as screenprints in colors on museum board, each print is stamped, “Published by Sunday B. Morning”, verso, and provides an area to “Fill in your signature”, a spoof on Warhol’s concept of commercialism and repetitive imagery. Each measures 35 3/8 x 35 ½ in. (89.9 x90.2 cm) unframed, each from the original edition of 250.