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Herman Berserik artwork • watercolour • drawing • for sale Sketches of a town

Herman Berserik

Sketches of a town
pen and ink and watercolour on paper 15.8 x 23.7 cm, signed l.r. and dated '66-'67

This work on paper is for sale.

Price: € 450

Herman Berserik is a member of the Hague Realists. He trained at the city’s Academy of Art from 1939-1944, under Rein Drayer, among others. He then travelled to Paris and was particularly struck by the French Cubists and the École de Paris, which afterwards inspired him in the way he combined realism and Cubism in his still lifes. This led to him joining the painters’ groups Vrij Beelden (Free Images) and, later in 1951, Verve in The Hague, to which Jan van Heel and Theo Bitter also belonged. In the late fifties the definitive Berserik style emerged – weird and humorous depictions of everyday reality. As well as still lifes, he is known for his landscapes, interiors, figures and city scenes. He also designed costumes and stage sets for the theatre and book covers for Salamander paperbacks.


Herman Berserik | At the bar; on the reverse: Bikers at the bar, pen and ink on paper, 15.8 x 23.7 cm, signed u.r. and both dated 1966

Herman Berserik

watercolour • drawing • for sale

At the bar; on the reverse: Bikers at the bar, 1966

Herman Berserik | Churchgoers, gouache on paper, 26.0 x 16.5 cm, signed l.l. and dated '82

Herman Berserik

watercolour • drawing • for sale

Churchgoers, 1982

Herman Berserik | Comedia dell'Arte, acrylic on board, 19.0 x 23.5 cm, signed u.r. and dated '92

Herman Berserik

painting • for sale

Comedia dell'Arte, 1992

Herman Berserik | Doll in a box, oil on panel, 20.5 x 9.0 cm, signed l.c. on the frame and dated 1971

Herman Berserik

painting • for sale

Doll in a box, 1971


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