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Kees Kaldenbach

Hochwertige Kunstführungen in niederländischen Museen

und Spaziergänge in historischen Innenstädten

3 weeks ago

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What sort of animal is this? A fat bird? Is it about to be sold in the market? Is it trying to land after seriously over-eating? Will it ever to fly again in the blue sky? Can its wings carry the weight of its full belly?

Answer: None of the above. It is the Holy Spirit, depicted in a religious painting of the Annunciation’ by the angel to the Virgin Mary of pregnancy, on a large painting created by Jan Provoost, now in the Palazzo Blanco in Genoa.

For more information on paintings and art history, book a tour now with Kees Kaldenbach - 0628689775 - kalden@xs4all.nlImage attachment

What sort of animal is this? A fat bird? Is it about to be sold in the market? Is it trying to land after seriously over-eating? Will it ever to fly again in the blue sky? Can its wings carry the weight of its full belly?

Answer: None of the above. It is the Holy Spirit, depicted in a religious painting of the 'Annunciation’ by the angel to the Virgin Mary of pregnancy, on a large painting created by Jan Provoost, now in the Palazzo Blanco in Genoa.

For more information on paintings and art history, book a tour now with Kees Kaldenbach - 0628689775 - kalden@xs4all.nl
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La colomba bianca che rappresenta lo Spirito Santo

4 weeks ago

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What is the glass sphere all about? It is held proudly up by an angel, in a detail from a painting (Amor Holding a Glass) by Caesar van Everdingen, a seventeenth century master from Alkmaar. Such glass spheres were very rare and sometimes sections were used by lens makers.

Book a tour now with Kees Kaldenbach to see the painting - 0628689775 - kalden@xs4all.nl

What is the glass sphere all about? It is held proudly up by an angel, in a detail from a painting (Amor Holding a Glass) by Caesar van Everdingen, a seventeenth century master from Alkmaar. Such glass spheres were very rare and sometimes sections were used by lens makers.

Book a tour now with Kees Kaldenbach to see the painting - 0628689775 - kalden@xs4all.nl
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