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Kees Kaldenbach

Hochwertige Kunstführungen in niederländischen Museen

und Spaziergänge in historischen Innenstädten

2 days ago

Private Art Tours
A postman on big skates, actually a very angry bird, with a funnel as a hat, and red cape with a logo, delivers an envelope with the word Protio, shorthand for Protestatio. 
This is a detail of a great triptych by Jheronimus Bosch called The Temptation of Saint Anthony, a painting in the National Museum of Ancient Art - Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga in Lisbon, Portugal.

I would love to travel there for you and explain more about paintings by Bosch.

Book a tour now with Kees Kaldenbach - +31628689775 - kalden@xs4all.nlImage attachment

A postman on big skates, actually a very angry bird, with a funnel as a hat, and red cape with a logo, delivers an envelope with the word Protio, shorthand for Protestatio.
This is a detail of a great triptych by Jheronimus Bosch called 'The Temptation of Saint Anthony', a painting in the National Museum of Ancient Art - Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga in Lisbon, Portugal.

I would love to travel there for you and explain more about paintings by Bosch.

Book a tour now with Kees Kaldenbach - +31628689775 - kalden@xs4all.nl
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One of my favorite artists.

5 days ago

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Question: Was Impressionism generally admired and appreciated in Paris in the 1880’s?
Answer: Generally, Impressionists were mocked and hated by 99% of the museum visitors in those days - for being ridiculously wild and unkempt. This cartoon by Verlat, inscribed ‘Painting of the Future’ gives you an idea of public opinion. Accepted, appreciated fine art could be seen in the Salon exhibition, in the Louvre, Paris. Read more about this in: Pilgrimage Through Life: Travelling in the Footsteps of Vincent Van Gogh 1853-1890 by Kees Kaldenbach.

For more information on paintings by van Gogh or another painter, book a tour now with Kees Kaldenbach - 0628689775 - kalden@xs4all.nl
https://www.amazon.com/Pilgrimage-through-life-Travelling-footsteps/dp/9066110821

Question: Was Impressionism generally admired and appreciated in Paris in the 1880’s?
Answer: Generally, Impressionists were mocked and hated by 99% of the museum visitors in those days - for being ridiculously wild and unkempt. This cartoon by Verlat, inscribed ‘Painting of the Future’ gives you an idea of public opinion. Accepted, appreciated fine art could be seen in the Salon exhibition, in the Louvre, Paris. Read more about this in: "Pilgrimage Through Life: Travelling in the Footsteps of Vincent Van Gogh 1853-1890" by Kees Kaldenbach.

For more information on paintings by van Gogh or another painter, book a tour now with Kees Kaldenbach - 0628689775 - kalden@xs4all.nl
www.amazon.com/Pilgrimage-through-life-Travelling-footsteps/dp/9066110821
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