You may find it quite hard to find an image of the flower of Epipremnum aureum as it is almost always described as "shy flowering". Here "shy" seems to be an understatement, as the first recorded flowering was reported in 1962, and the latest report of flowering I found mentioned was from 1964 (Boyce, 2004). Chiu-Yueh Hung et al say "Since 1962 there is no report of E. aureum flowering both in wild as well as in cultivation" (Hung, 2016).
Even though the name Epipremnum aureum was assigned in 1964, one still encounters it under several other names, including binomial names using the genus names of Pothos, Scindapsus, and Rhaphidophora. Perhaps most problematically, one finds some use of Epipremnum pinnatum for it, as for some time it was considered a cultivar of that species based on the form of the flower. Consult Boyce for a good overview.
Boyce, 2004 - P. Boyce, "A review of Epipremnum (Araceae) in cultivation", Aroideana 27:205 (2004) [PDF].
Hung, 2016 - Chiu-Yueh Hung, Jie Qiu, et al., "Gibberellin deficiency is responsible for shy-flowering nature of Epipremnum aureum", Scientific Reports 27 June 2016, DOI: 10.1038/srep28598, [PDF].