Sien may refer to:

  • Sien of Diauehi, king of an ancient people of north-east Anatolia
  • Sien, Germany, an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Birkenfeld district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
  • Sien Hoornik, mistress of Vincent van Gogh and model for his famous drawing Sorrow
  • Wong Foon Sien (1899–1971), Canadian journalist and labour activist
  • Osowa Sień
  • Ot en Sien, a 1902 old children's book, written by a teacher in Drenthe, the Netherlands
  • Red Sien, a 1975 Dutch comedy film directed by Frans Weisz, produced by Rob du Mée
  • Sien Sovv
  • Sien Eggers
  • Sien Devliegher

Other articles related to "sien":

Portraits By Vincent Van Gogh - The Netherlands & Brussels 1881-1886 - Sien
... Van Gogh made a series of paintings of Sien Hoornik, a prostitute whom he met and took in when he lived at The Hague ... Included in the series are works of Sien's daughter, Maria, her newborn son and her mother ...
Killer Darts - Plot
... Liu Wen-lung adopted Yu-sien, the orphaned daughter of the victim, and raised her together with his son, settling down and giving up the pursuit of vengeance ... Yu-long and Yu-sien grew up together and fell in love ... However, Yu-sien ran into Hu Chi-feng, who led her to believe from the dart on her mother's body that it was Liu Wen-lung who killed her family ...
Black Restaurant
... a meal in the darkness) is an irregular event in which the non-profit organization SIEN (a cultural exchange group in Japan since 1997) and Higan-ji (a virtual Buddhist temple ... SIEN first introduced the concept of a “blind restaurant” which has since spread abroad (Blind Kuh ), and is now known in Japan as “Black Restaurant” ... At Ryokusen-ji, the members of SIEN wanted to focus on a simple daily action - eating ...
Sien, Germany - Further Reading
... Erich Gemmel Festschrift zur 1000-Jahr-Feier der Gemeinde Sien Sien 1970 Ruth und Ulrich Eckhoff Römerzeitliche Spuren der Besiedlung und Kultur in Sien im 2./3 ... Sien 1991 Ruth und Ulrich Eckhoff Die „Siener Tonschnabelkanne“ - ein Zeugnis keltischer Töpferkunst Sien 1994 Ruth und Ulrich Eckhoff Vor 25 Jahren 1000-Jahr-F ... DOMINIK ALBERT Fürst zu Salm-Kyrburg, das Zeitalter des Absolutismus und SIEN Sien 1996 Ruth und Ulrich Eckhoff Sien – wie es einmal war - Bilder und Geschichten ...