Siep van den Berg Paintings

Dutch painter and sculptor Siep van den Berg (1913-1998) studied at the Academie Minerva in Groningen, Netherlands and the Academie de la Chaumiere in Paris. His work was influenced by Cubism, Constructivism and Neoplasticism, which was developed by fellow Dutchman and artist Piet Mondrian.

Kompositie 'Hek', oil on canvas, 27.6" x 31.5". Christie's, sold 2005

Composition, oil on canvas, 59" x 51.25". Simonis & Buunk

Composition, acrylic on canvas, 23.5" x 59". Glerum Auctioneers

Composition IV, casein on canvas, 19.7" x  15.7". Christie's, sold 2007

Composition, 1955, casein paint on canvas, 28.25" x 13.75". Christie's, sold 2011

Composition, oil on canvas, 35.5" x 23.5". Sotheby's, sold 2003

Movement II, oil on canvas, 27.6" x 17.7". Glerum Auctioneers

In 1959, Siep painted this barnside mural in Groningen, Netherlands for Albert Waalkens (pictured above). via

Closer view of Siep's barn mural. I believe the barn was burnt down by a pyromaniac in May of 1971.

Neoplastic brick mural on the exterior of an athletic club in Groningen, Netherlands. via

In 1939 Siep began using this "teahouse" located in Groninger, Netherlands, as his studio. via 

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