|Other||S592, O472, B-|
|Title||Victory Boogie Woogie (unfinished)|
|Format||Oil and paper on canvas|
|Size (h,w)||diagonal, 178.4 cm (sides 126 x 126cm)|
|Location||Haags Gemeentemuseum, purchased for 80M guilders (€35M) in 1998 from Samuel Irving Newhouse.|
|Owners||1944 Valentine Dudensing (NY); c.1945 Emily Hall and Burton G Tremaine, The Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art, Meriden, Conn.; 1987 heirs of Emily Tremaine; 1988 Samuel Irving Newhouse; 1988 Haags Gemeentemuseum.|
|Credits||The details are by Gaelle Kermen and found on Flickr. They are shown with the permission of the photographer.|
|Notes||The purchase was both controversial and inspirational.
The fourth image is Charmion von Wiegand's sketch of B324 after the first day's work, 13th June, 1942. Image from the Centennial Exhibition catalogue.