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Kees Kaldenbach

Hochwertige Kunstführungen in niederländischen Museen

und Spaziergänge in historischen Innenstädten

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3 days ago

Private Art Tours
Lady Writing a Letter, with her Maid is one of Vermeers last works and can be found in the National Gallery of Ireland. The painting is extraordinary in the application of some flat areas of colour, as tiles of irregular shape next to each other, not smoothly blended.

For more information on paintings by Vermeer or another painter, book a tour now with Kees Kaldenbach - 0628689775 - kalden@xs4all.nl

"Lady Writing a Letter, with her Maid" is one of Vermeer's last works and can be found in the National Gallery of Ireland. The painting is extraordinary in the application of some flat areas of colour, as tiles of irregular shape next to each other, not smoothly blended.

For more information on paintings by Vermeer or another painter, book a tour now with Kees Kaldenbach - 0628689775 - kalden@xs4all.nl
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6 days ago

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In the Van Gogh Still Life with Absinthe, he is illustrating how it is meant to be consumed. It should be diluted with water like Anisette. 
Van Gogh often met other Impressionists in cafes to talk about life and art. Absinthe was terrible for their health, poisonous after a while as it attacked brain tissue. 
Visit this painting with me in the Van Gogh Museum, in Amsterdam.
Book a tour now with Kees Kaldenbach - +31628689775 - kalden@xs4all.nl

In the Van Gogh 'Still Life with Absinthe', he is illustrating how it is meant to be consumed. It should be diluted with water like Anisette.
Van Gogh often met other Impressionists in cafes to talk about life and art. Absinthe was terrible for their health, poisonous after a while as it attacked brain tissue.
Visit this painting with me in the Van Gogh Museum, in Amsterdam.
Book a tour now with Kees Kaldenbach - +31628689775 - kalden@xs4all.nl
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