Perle Fine. Interpretation of a completed Victory boogie woogie, (1948).

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Tremaine Collection / Miller Co. art & design
24 February 2020 | Updated 3 March 2020

Perle Fine
Interpretation of a completed Victory Boogie Woogie, (1948)
50 x 50 in.
Commissioned in 1948
(D01009; D01085-86; K00561)


Perle Fine’s interpretation of a completed Victory Boogie Woogie (1948) is in a private collection. (Click to see a photo of the artwork, fig. 475, Postdocument.)

This artwork is part of a group of works associated with Piet Mondrian’s Victory Boogie Woogie. Overall, these associated artworks include (a) Perle Fine’s copy / oil transcription of Piet Mondrian’s Victory boogie woogie (1947); (b) Perle Fine’s interpretation of a completed Victory Boogie Woogie, (1948); (c) Perle Fine’s analytical charts concerning Victory Boogie Woogie, (c. 1948); and (d) Willy Koch’s copy of Piet Mondrian’s Victory Boogie Woogie, (1946). For more information about these works, go to the Tremaine Collection / Miller Company: Artworks and designs overview page, and scroll down to the list of works in the former collection.

To learn more about Perle Fine’s interpretation of a completed Victory Boogie Woogie (1948), click the link(s) to articles and exhibition compilations with documentation below.

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