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Sculptor, Painter, b. 1913 - d. 1998

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        • Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).
          May. 16, 2024

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).

          Est: €400 - €600

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook). Album, 59 lvs. (incl. free endpapers), containing approx. 60 drawings (felt-tip pen and pencil), nearly all monogrammed and partly dated (all 1996) and a large number w. incorporated mounted strips of col. paper, mounted clippings, occas. w. ms. annots. and commentary, orig. rexine, large 8vo. = Frontcover w. mounted drawing (felt-tip pen w. mounted orange paper strips), dated "Dedemsvaart 9-'96/ Amsterdam 29-9-'96". I.a. contains the design for the broadside "Het kind en ik" (poem by Martinus Nijhoff, silkscreen by Siep van den Berg); a sm. tipped in watercolour signed "Pablo", w. caption by Siep van den Berg: "20 10 96 Pablo Lücker 11 jaar. Talent hebben is niet alles maar betekend [sic]: een heel leven hard werken en daarmee doorgaan tot het einde".

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        • Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).
          May. 16, 2024

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).

          Est: €300 - €500

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook). Album, 73 lvs., containing 83 drawings (10x tipped-in), pencil and black felt-tip pen (±35 w. use of collage), dated "6 10 93" on first leaf, orig. rexine, large 4to. = Also containing a few mounted newspaper clippings and autogr. annots. One drawing with pencil annot.: "voorgaande 17 tek. en deze in memoriam Gerrit Achterberg. SvdB".

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        • Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).
          May. 16, 2024

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).

          Est: €300 - €500

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook). Album, 70 lvs. (incl. free endpapers), containing 6 collages (all but one monogr. "SvdB 93"), approx. 65 drawings (a few monogr. and dated) (felt-tip pen and pencil) and mounted clippings, occas. w. ms. commentary, orig. rexine, large 8vo.

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        • Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).
          May. 16, 2024

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).

          Est: €400 - €600

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook). Album, 49 lvs. (incl. free endpapers), containing 13 collages (all but one monogr. and dated from 1990 to 1992), approx. 40 drawings (partly monogr. and dated) (pencil and (felt-tip) pen), a few ms. pages, and mounted clippings, partly w. ms. commentary and occas. incorporated in drawings, orig. rexine, large 8vo. = "Het "zoo snel mogelijk naam willen maken" van jonge kunstenaars is het groote struikelblok van de kunst!" "Als professieoneel [sic] beeldend kunstenaar zit ik reeds 60 jaar in de knel! maar alles went". The manuscript pages i.a. comprise memoirs of his youth.

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        • Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).
          May. 16, 2024

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).

          Est: €600 - €800

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook). Album, ±70 lvs., containing approx. 50 collages (nearly all monogrammed and dated "83" or "84" and a few w. annot. "Ardeche") and a few drawings (mainly pencil), some mounted clippings and annots., first free endpaper monogrammed and dated "12-7-83", orig. rexine w. collage and printed ticket ("S.R. (Siep)van den Berg 1913") on frontcover, monogrammed and "80" in felt-tip writer.

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        • Berg, Siep van den - Mixed Technic - Handsigned
          May. 11, 2024

          Berg, Siep van den - Mixed Technic - Handsigned

          Est: €600 - €800

          Hand-Signed, numbered and dated.

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        • Berg, Siep van den - Color marker Drawing - Handsigned
          May. 11, 2024

          Berg, Siep van den - Color marker Drawing - Handsigned

          Est: €600 - €800

          Hand signed

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        • Siep van den Berg. constructivistische tekening/collage - Handsigned
          May. 11, 2024

          Siep van den Berg. constructivistische tekening/collage - Handsigned

          Est: €600 - €800

          Hand-signed with ballpoint. Title: Collage with 3 sides in silver foil Technique: Ballpoint pen and collage in silver foil Completely framed. Sijbren Ridsert (Siep) van den Berg (Tirns, January 14, 1913 - Amsterdam, October 27, 1998) was a Dutch painter and sculptor. As the son of a blacksmith, Van den Berg attended the trade school. He became a house painter, but also made paintings.[1] In 1930 he visited the Frisian painter Jacob Ydema to talk about his ambitions; on that occasion Ydema made a number of sketches of him. From 1930 to 1933 he attended the evening course in drawing and painting at Minerva Academy in the city of Groningen. He was taught there by Jan Altink, among others. At the same time he got to know the Frisian painter Gerrit Benner. After this training he set up an advertising agency with Oscar Gubitz. In 1937 Hendrik Werkman discovered his painting and encouraged him to continue. From 1939 Van den Berg rented the teahouse in the Sterrebos in Groningen as his studio and devoted himself completely to being an artist. In 1943 he married Fie, the daughter of Hendrik Werkman,[2] and visited Paris several times after World War II, taking classes at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. Van den Berg divorced his wife and moved to Amsterdam in 1954, where he had a studio on the Brouwersgracht. He kept the tearoom in Groningen. Initially Van den Berg made free paintings, but his style developed from naturalism through impressionism and cubism to constructivism. Van den Berg suffered from Guillain-Barré syndrome, which kept him out of action for about ten years from 1966. Later he resumed his work, which was even more abstract than before. In addition to paintings, Van den Berg also made several sculptures; as a sculptor he was self-taught. In 1983 he donated the sculpture Libbensline (Life Line), which was unveiled on 13 October of that year by Queen's Commissioner Hans Wiegel, to his hometown of Tirns. In 1986 the Humanistische Omroep made a documentary in which Van den Berg talked about his life and work.

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        • Siep van den Berg (1913-1998)
          Apr. 30, 2024

          Siep van den Berg (1913-1998)

          Est: €600 - €800

          Casein on canvas, unframed. Untitled. Siep van den Berg (Tirns 1913 - Amsterdam 1998). Circa 1985.

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        • Siep van den Berg (1913-1998)
          Apr. 30, 2024

          Siep van den Berg (1913-1998)

          Est: €1,000 - €1,500

          Painting, oil on canvas. Untitled ('the accident'). Signed with the monogram 'SvdB' and dated 1955. Exhibited at 'Friese Hartstochten', Martena Museum, April 9 - June 6, 2010, catalog page 12. Literature: Deinum, S. (2014) Biography, Closer to Siep.

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        • Siep van den Berg (1913-1998)
          Apr. 30, 2024

          Siep van den Berg (1913-1998)

          Est: €1,000 - €1,500

          Painting, oil on canvas. Fie van den Berg with her four children, signed on the back 'SvdB' and dated 1955. Siep van den Berg (Tirns 1913 - Amsterdam 1998). Exhibited at 'Friese Hartstochten', Museum Martena, April 9 - June 6, 2010, catalog p. 13. Literature: Deinum, S. (2014) Biography, Closer to Siep.

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        • Siep van den Berg (1913-1998)
          Apr. 30, 2024

          Siep van den Berg (1913-1998)

          Est: €700 - €1,000

          Casein on canvas, in a tray frame. Abstract composition, '50 III 90'. Siep van den Berg (Tims 1913 - Amsterdam 1998).

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        • Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.
          Apr. 13, 2024

          Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.

          Est: €2,900 - €3,600

          Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.

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        • Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.
          Apr. 13, 2024

          Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.

          Est: €2,900 - €3,600

          Striking painting straight from Siep van den Berg. Inscribed with artist's inventory number 'XIII 4 133' (on the reverse). Provenance: Family of the Artist.

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        • Siep van den Berg. constructivistische tekening/collage - Handsigned
          Mar. 23, 2024

          Siep van den Berg. constructivistische tekening/collage - Handsigned

          Est: €600 - €800

          Hand-signed with ballpoint. Title: Collage with 3 sides in silver foil Technique: Ballpoint pen and collage in silver foil Completely framed. Sijbren Ridsert (Siep) van den Berg (Tirns, January 14, 1913 - Amsterdam, October 27, 1998) was a Dutch painter and sculptor. As the son of a blacksmith, Van den Berg attended the trade school. He became a house painter, but also made paintings.[1] In 1930 he visited the Frisian painter Jacob Ydema to talk about his ambitions; on that occasion Ydema made a number of sketches of him. From 1930 to 1933 he attended the evening course in drawing and painting at Minerva Academy in the city of Groningen. He was taught there by Jan Altink, among others. At the same time he got to know the Frisian painter Gerrit Benner. After this training he set up an advertising agency with Oscar Gubitz. In 1937 Hendrik Werkman discovered his painting and encouraged him to continue. From 1939 Van den Berg rented the teahouse in the Sterrebos in Groningen as his studio and devoted himself completely to being an artist. In 1943 he married Fie, the daughter of Hendrik Werkman,[2] and visited Paris several times after World War II, taking classes at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. Van den Berg divorced his wife and moved to Amsterdam in 1954, where he had a studio on the Brouwersgracht. He kept the tearoom in Groningen. Initially Van den Berg made free paintings, but his style developed from naturalism through impressionism and cubism to constructivism. Van den Berg suffered from Guillain-Barré syndrome, which kept him out of action for about ten years from 1966. Later he resumed his work, which was even more abstract than before. In addition to paintings, Van den Berg also made several sculptures; as a sculptor he was self-taught. In 1983 he donated the sculpture Libbensline (Life Line), which was unveiled on 13 October of that year by Queen's Commissioner Hans Wiegel, to his hometown of Tirns. In 1986 the Humanistische Omroep made a documentary in which Van den Berg talked about his life and work.

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        • Berg, Siep van den - Color marker Drawing - Handsigned
          Mar. 23, 2024

          Berg, Siep van den - Color marker Drawing - Handsigned

          Est: €600 - €800

          Hand signed

          Art Atelier
        • Berg, Siep van den - Mixed Technic - Handsigned
          Mar. 23, 2024

          Berg, Siep van den - Mixed Technic - Handsigned

          Est: €600 - €800

          Hand-Signed, numbered and dated.

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        • Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.
          Feb. 24, 2024

          Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.

          Est: €2,900 - €3,600

          Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.

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        • Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.
          Feb. 24, 2024

          Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.

          Est: €2,900 - €3,600

          Striking painting straight from Siep van den Berg. Inscribed with artist's inventory number 'XIII 4 133' (on the reverse). Provenance: Family of the Artist.

          Art Atelier
        • Siep van den Berg. constructivistische tekening/collage - Handsigned
          Feb. 03, 2024

          Siep van den Berg. constructivistische tekening/collage - Handsigned

          Est: €600 - €800

          Hand-signed with ballpoint. Title: Collage with 3 sides in silver foil Technique: Ballpoint pen and collage in silver foil Completely framed. Sijbren Ridsert (Siep) van den Berg (Tirns, January 14, 1913 - Amsterdam, October 27, 1998) was a Dutch painter and sculptor. As the son of a blacksmith, Van den Berg attended the trade school. He became a house painter, but also made paintings.[1] In 1930 he visited the Frisian painter Jacob Ydema to talk about his ambitions; on that occasion Ydema made a number of sketches of him. From 1930 to 1933 he attended the evening course in drawing and painting at Minerva Academy in the city of Groningen. He was taught there by Jan Altink, among others. At the same time he got to know the Frisian painter Gerrit Benner. After this training he set up an advertising agency with Oscar Gubitz. In 1937 Hendrik Werkman discovered his painting and encouraged him to continue. From 1939 Van den Berg rented the teahouse in the Sterrebos in Groningen as his studio and devoted himself completely to being an artist. In 1943 he married Fie, the daughter of Hendrik Werkman,[2] and visited Paris several times after World War II, taking classes at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. Van den Berg divorced his wife and moved to Amsterdam in 1954, where he had a studio on the Brouwersgracht. He kept the tearoom in Groningen. Initially Van den Berg made free paintings, but his style developed from naturalism through impressionism and cubism to constructivism. Van den Berg suffered from Guillain-Barré syndrome, which kept him out of action for about ten years from 1966. Later he resumed his work, which was even more abstract than before. In addition to paintings, Van den Berg also made several sculptures; as a sculptor he was self-taught. In 1983 he donated the sculpture Libbensline (Life Line), which was unveiled on 13 October of that year by Queen's Commissioner Hans Wiegel, to his hometown of Tirns. In 1986 the Humanistische Omroep made a documentary in which Van den Berg talked about his life and work.

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        • Berg, Siep van den - Color marker Drawing - Handsigned
          Feb. 03, 2024

          Berg, Siep van den - Color marker Drawing - Handsigned

          Est: €600 - €800

          Hand signed

          Art Atelier
        • Berg, Siep van den - Mixed Technic - Handsigned
          Feb. 03, 2024

          Berg, Siep van den - Mixed Technic - Handsigned

          Est: €600 - €800

          Hand-Signed, numbered and dated.

          Art Atelier
        • Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.
          Jan. 12, 2024

          Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.

          Est: €2,900 - €3,600

          Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.

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        • Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.
          Jan. 12, 2024

          Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.

          Est: €2,900 - €3,600

          Striking painting straight from Siep van den Berg. Inscribed with artist's inventory number 'XIII 4 133' (on the reverse). Provenance: Family of the Artist.

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        • Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.- Original price €2555
          Dec. 17, 2023

          Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.- Original price €2555

          Est: €2,900 - €3,600

          Striking painting straight from Siep van den Berg. Inscribed with artist's inventory number 'XIII 4 133' (on the reverse). Provenance: Family of the Artist.

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        • Berg, Siep van den - Color marker Drawing - Handsigned- Original price €475
          Dec. 17, 2023

          Berg, Siep van den - Color marker Drawing - Handsigned- Original price €475

          Est: €600 - €800

          Hand signed

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        • Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.- Original price €2555
          Dec. 17, 2023

          Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.- Original price €2555

          Est: €2,900 - €3,600

          Berg, Siep van den - Acrylic Painting.

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        • Siep van den Berg. constructivistische tekening/collage - Handsigned- Original price €475
          Dec. 17, 2023

          Siep van den Berg. constructivistische tekening/collage - Handsigned- Original price €475

          Est: €600 - €800

          Hand-signed with ballpoint. Title: Collage with 3 sides in silver foil Technique: Ballpoint pen and collage in silver foil Completely framed. Sijbren Ridsert (Siep) van den Berg (Tirns, January 14, 1913 - Amsterdam, October 27, 1998) was a Dutch painter and sculptor. As the son of a blacksmith, Van den Berg attended the trade school. He became a house painter, but also made paintings.[1] In 1930 he visited the Frisian painter Jacob Ydema to talk about his ambitions; on that occasion Ydema made a number of sketches of him. From 1930 to 1933 he attended the evening course in drawing and painting at Minerva Academy in the city of Groningen. He was taught there by Jan Altink, among others. At the same time he got to know the Frisian painter Gerrit Benner. After this training he set up an advertising agency with Oscar Gubitz. In 1937 Hendrik Werkman discovered his painting and encouraged him to continue. From 1939 Van den Berg rented the teahouse in the Sterrebos in Groningen as his studio and devoted himself completely to being an artist. In 1943 he married Fie, the daughter of Hendrik Werkman,[2] and visited Paris several times after World War II, taking classes at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. Van den Berg divorced his wife and moved to Amsterdam in 1954, where he had a studio on the Brouwersgracht. He kept the tearoom in Groningen. Initially Van den Berg made free paintings, but his style developed from naturalism through impressionism and cubism to constructivism. Van den Berg suffered from Guillain-Barré syndrome, which kept him out of action for about ten years from 1966. Later he resumed his work, which was even more abstract than before. In addition to paintings, Van den Berg also made several sculptures; as a sculptor he was self-taught. In 1983 he donated the sculpture Libbensline (Life Line), which was unveiled on 13 October of that year by Queen's Commissioner Hans Wiegel, to his hometown of Tirns. In 1986 the Humanistische Omroep made a documentary in which Van den Berg talked about his life and work.

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        • Berg, Siep van den - Mixed Technic - Handsigned- Original price €475
          Dec. 16, 2023

          Berg, Siep van den - Mixed Technic - Handsigned- Original price €475

          Est: €600 - €800

          Hand-Signed, numbered and dated.

          Art Atelier
        • Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998). Untitled.
          Dec. 12, 2023

          Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998). Untitled.

          Est: €700 - €900

          Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998) Untitled oil on canvas signed with intials, inscribed and with the artist's inventory number 'SVDB VII Z4304' (on the reverse) 110 x 90 cm.

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        • Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998). Untitled.
          Dec. 12, 2023

          Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998). Untitled.

          Est: €700 - €900

          Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998) Untitled oil on canvas with the artist's inventory number 'R10 369' (on the stretcher) 110 x 90 cm.

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        • Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998). Untitled.
          Dec. 12, 2023

          Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998). Untitled.

          Est: €700 - €900

          Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998) Untitled oil on canvas with the artist's inventory number 'R1 384' (on the stretcher) 110 x 90.5 cm.

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        • Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998). A forest pond in autumn, 1940.
          Dec. 12, 2023

          Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998). A forest pond in autumn, 1940.

          Est: €700 - €900

          Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998) A forest pond in autumn, 1940 oil on jute signed and dated twice 'S vd Berg '40' (scratched, lower right) image size 36.5 x 46.5 cm., frame size 51 x 61.5 cm.

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        • Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998). Landscape in Groningen, 1952.
          Dec. 12, 2023

          Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998). Landscape in Groningen, 1952.

          Est: €800 - €1,200

          Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998) Landscape in Groningen, 1952 oil on canvas signed with initials and dated 'SvdB 52' (lower right) image size 60 x 70 cm., frame size 83.5 x 93 cm.

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        • Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998). Self-portrait, 1963.
          Dec. 12, 2023

          Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998). Self-portrait, 1963.

          Est: €400 - €600

          Siep van den Berg (Dutch 1913 - 1998) Self-portrait, 1963 ink on laid paper signed with initials and dated 'SvdB 63' (lower right) image size 47.5 x 30.5 cm., frame size 68.5 x 50.5 cm.

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        • Siep van den Berg. constructivistische tekening/collage - Handsigned
          Nov. 25, 2023

          Siep van den Berg. constructivistische tekening/collage - Handsigned

          Est: €600 - €800

          Hand-signed with ballpoint. Title: Collage with 3 sides in silver foil Technique: Ballpoint pen and collage in silver foil Completely framed. Sijbren Ridsert (Siep) van den Berg (Tirns, January 14, 1913 - Amsterdam, October 27, 1998) was a Dutch painter and sculptor. As the son of a blacksmith, Van den Berg attended the trade school. He became a house painter, but also made paintings.[1] In 1930 he visited the Frisian painter Jacob Ydema to talk about his ambitions; on that occasion Ydema made a number of sketches of him. From 1930 to 1933 he attended the evening course in drawing and painting at Minerva Academy in the city of Groningen. He was taught there by Jan Altink, among others. At the same time he got to know the Frisian painter Gerrit Benner. After this training he set up an advertising agency with Oscar Gubitz. In 1937 Hendrik Werkman discovered his painting and encouraged him to continue. From 1939 Van den Berg rented the teahouse in the Sterrebos in Groningen as his studio and devoted himself completely to being an artist. In 1943 he married Fie, the daughter of Hendrik Werkman,[2] and visited Paris several times after World War II, taking classes at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. Van den Berg divorced his wife and moved to Amsterdam in 1954, where he had a studio on the Brouwersgracht. He kept the tearoom in Groningen. Initially Van den Berg made free paintings, but his style developed from naturalism through impressionism and cubism to constructivism. Van den Berg suffered from Guillain-Barré syndrome, which kept him out of action for about ten years from 1966. Later he resumed his work, which was even more abstract than before. In addition to paintings, Van den Berg also made several sculptures; as a sculptor he was self-taught. In 1983 he donated the sculpture Libbensline (Life Line), which was unveiled on 13 October of that year by Queen's Commissioner Hans Wiegel, to his hometown of Tirns. In 1986 the Humanistische Omroep made a documentary in which Van den Berg talked about his life and work.

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        • Berg, Siep van den - Color marker Drawing - Handsigned
          Nov. 25, 2023

          Berg, Siep van den - Color marker Drawing - Handsigned

          Est: €600 - €800

          Hand signed

          Art Atelier
        • Berg, Siep van den - Mixed Technic - Handsigned
          Nov. 25, 2023

          Berg, Siep van den - Mixed Technic - Handsigned

          Est: €600 - €800

          Hand-Signed, numbered and dated.

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        • Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).
          Nov. 23, 2023

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).

          Est: €500 - €700

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook). Album, 55 lvs. (incl. free endpapers), containing approx. 36 drawings (felt-tip pen and pencil), a few w. incorporated mounted strips of col. paper, mounted clippings, occas. w. ms. annots. and commentary, orig. cl., large 8vo. = Monogrammed "SvdB 8'98" on upper pastedown. Possibly one of the latest sketchbooks made by Van den Berg (he died on 27 October 1998), the last pages blank w. only a grid in pencil to make compositions on. "4 9 98 Opening 3 tentoonst. in Groningen - Museum - Oosterpoort en Jacoba (...) Veel publiek - veel handen schudden, wel bekende gezichten weinig herkenning. 11 9 98 d'Eendt. Opening overzicht over de laatste 10 jaar. 1 schil. verkocht. Niet druk, zeer geanimeerd." SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE IV.

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        • Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).
          Nov. 23, 2023

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).

          Est: €80 - €100

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook). Dummy of K. Winkler, Naar aanleiding van een zwaluw (Amst., n.d. (1995), first 16p. w. printed text and ±45 blank lvs., orig. wr.), containing approx. 25 drawings in felt-tip pen, a number of mounted newspaper clippings (partly w. ms. comments), a few scattered annots., some w. manuscript text in pencil. = All abstract compositions. Htitle monogrammed "SvdB '95"; frontwr. w. collage of black, red and blue rectangles. The manuscript texts i.a. quotations from works by Leopold and Chekhov.

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        • Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).
          Nov. 23, 2023

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).

          Est: €200 - €300

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook). Album, 33 lvs. (incl. free endpapers), containing 1 collage and approx. 30 drawings (2x monogr. and dated 1994 or 1995) (felt-tip pen and (orange) pencil) and mounted clippings, occas. w. ms. annots. and commentary, orig. rexine, large 8vo.

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        • Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).
          Nov. 23, 2023

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).

          Est: €250 - €350

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook). Album, ±90 lvs., each w. drawing in black marker pen (1x w. collage) on a pencil grid, 1x monogrammed, a few times dated "26 3 92" to "6 5 92" in pen and ink, w. various mounted clippings and annots. in pen or pencil on verso, orig. boards. = Annot: "Oude koek Hitler bepaalde ook de uitroeing der Joden - geen advies van derden nodig! SvdB"; "Droom. Iets viel kapot en jij met de zorgzaamheid voor huis en haard, veegde de scherven en deed ze in de afvalzak, waarna je deze buiten zet SvdB" and "Academie: school waar jonge hondjes leeren blaffen SvdB" and "4 5 92 Herdenking op de Dam Trix+Claus+4 witte marine petten".

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        • Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).
          Nov. 23, 2023

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).

          Est: €200 - €300

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook). Album, ±90 lvs., containing approx. 70 drawings, black felt-tip pen, and 5 collages, 1x monogrammed/ dated, some mounted clippings and annots., upper pastedown monogrammed and dated "'92", orig. boards. - Sm. paint stain on frontcover. = All abstract compositions. "Een standpunt of een gevestigde meening deugt niet. Deze hierboven dus is van mij en deugt dus allerminst. SvdB".

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        • Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).
          Nov. 23, 2023

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).

          Est: €400 - €600

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook). Dummy of J. Brouwers, Hij is reeds aan de overzijde (Amst., n.d. (1986), first 13p. w. printed text and ±100 blank lvs., orig. wr.), containing approx. 90 orig. drawings in black felt-tip writer (a few in pencil or pen) and 9 collages w. letters, 5x monogrammed "SvdB", a few dated (all 1989), frontwr. w. collage w. col. squares and rectangles. = Title monogrammed "SvdB" and "'89" and w. autogr. annot. "Hulpeloos staan tegenover onrecht en oorlog! de wanhoop nabij maar [printed impressum "Rap"] doorgaan met dat, waarvoor je koos en er in blijven geloven". All abstract geometrical compositions. Also containing a few mounted newspaper clippings. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE IV.

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        • Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).
          Nov. 23, 2023

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).

          Est: €200 - €300

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook). Dummy of M. Kruik, Vegetarisch basis kookboek (Laren, 1980, first 8p. w. printed text and num. blank lvs., orig. boards), containing approx. 175 drawings in felt-tip pen/ ballpoint, incl. some collages, and a number of mounted newspaper clippings, a few monogrammed and occas. dated (all 1989). = All abstract compositions; the newspaper clippings often w. manuscr. comment by the artist and some occas. other annots. by the artist (i.a. "de eerste die de verf liet druipen was Picasso ±1937. Daarna meende elke schilder dit te moeten doen en de nieuwe wilden waren pas tevreden als alles droop. Het pleit voor de Constructieven dat ze zich niet van de wijs lieten brengen"). With a drawing in black ballpoint on htitle of a man holding a bottle on his head, with ms. text "14-1-89/ Siep pier is jarig", signed "Jan & Fatima". The frontcover w. (sl. soiled) collage by Siep van den Berg.

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        • Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).
          Nov. 23, 2023

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).

          Est: €250 - €350

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook). Album, ±70 lvs., containing approx. 70 orig. drawings in pen and black ink (a few w. brush and incl. 2 collages), 4x monogrammed, mostly dated, orig. plain rexine. = Contains abstract compositions, portraits, female nudes and still-lifes, a few monogrammed and partly dated (1976 and 1978). With some tipped-in/ mounted newspaper clippings, occas. w. manuscr. commentary by the artist. Verso frontcover w. mounted plan of the centre of Amsterdam, w. the artist's owner's entry "Brouwersgr 113H / Siep v/d Berg" in pen and ink.

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        • Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).
          Nov. 23, 2023

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).

          Est: €80 - €100

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook). Dummy of L.J. Nienaber, Tennis Sport en spel ((Bussum, 1962), 50 blank lvs., orig. wr.), containing 21 drawings in pen/ brush and ink (1x also pencil and red pencil). - Last free endpaper torn out. Wr. stained. = All but one abstract compositions. Monogrammed and "Amsterdam 2'62" on first free endpaper; unrelated annots. on lower pastedown.

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        • Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).
          Nov. 23, 2023

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook).

          Est: €250 - €350

          Berg, Siep van den (1913-1998). (Sketchbook). "Schetsboek" (printed on frontwr.), ±70 lvs., containing approx. 60 drawings in pen/ brush and black or blue ink (incl. 1x tipped-in), 2x dated "12 11 61", orig. stiff paper wr., frontwr. monogrammed and autogr. "10 8 61/ Marnixstraat 401", spiral binding, obl. sm. 8vo. = All abstract compositions.

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