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Kees Kaldenbach

High quality art tours in Dutch museums
and walks in historic city centers.

Private Museum Tours

Private Art Tours in various Art Museums in Amsterdam and elsewhere in the Netherlands.

Architectural City Walks

Excellent Architectural walks in Dutch Historic city Centers and in modern city revitalization projects. While walking, we discuss society and history.

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21 hours ago

Private Art Tours
In Johannes Vermeers Allegory of Catholic Faith you can see a dead snake on the floor, blood seeping from its body, having been crushed by a big slab of stone. A little further back there is an apple.
In which biblical story can you find those two elements?
The painting can be admired in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Want to learn more? Contact me for a (digital) tour! Book an in-person tour, or a private lecture on Zoom. Kees Kaldenbach - kalden@xs4all.nl

In Johannes Vermeer's 'Allegory of Catholic Faith' you can see a dead snake on the floor, blood seeping from its body, having been crushed by a big slab of stone. A little further back there is an apple.
In which biblical story can you find those two elements?
The painting can be admired in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Want to learn more? Contact me for a (digital) tour! Book an in-person tour, or a private lecture on Zoom. Kees Kaldenbach - kalden@xs4all.nl
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Adam and Eve ... ? 🤔

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4 days ago

Private Art Tours
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. The painting can be viewed in the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Want to learn more? Contact me for a (digital) tour! Book an in-person tour, or a private lecture on Zoom. Kees Kaldenbach - 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. The painting can be viewed in the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Want to learn more? Contact me for a (digital) tour! Book an in-person tour, or a private lecture on Zoom. Kees Kaldenbach - kalden@xs4all.nl
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