Private Art Classes, Live, using Zoom and Powerpoint. Distance learning at its best during Corona / Covid-19 museum closures. Webinars.

Listing of all Powerpoint art classes on Vermeer, Rembrandt, Van Gogh etc.


Young Rembrandt.
Powerpoint. We see the emerging artist, initially in Leiden and from 1632 Amsterdam. We discuss his youthful period, and early works under the influence of Lastman and then a 180 degree turnaround when the Caravaggio influence takes over – in his self portrait c 1628, and Jeremiah, 1630 up to the Night Watch 1642. His regular family life breaks down in 1642 when his wife Saskia dies. Full live commentary by the top-level guide Drs Kees Kaldenbach, art historian living in Amsterdam with 20 years of teaching experience.


Late Period Rembrandt.

Powerpoint.  Paintings from 1942, when he went into a deep depression after Saskia’s death. Re-emerging as a sadder and wiser man, with deep empathy. Rembrandt succeeds in expressing the soul and the inner life of his characters. In this he reaches the level of Titian in terms of emotions and use of rough paint layers.  Full live commentary by the top-level guide Drs Kees Kaldenbach, art historian living in Amsterdam with 20 years of teaching experience.


Rembrandt Master of Etching.
Powerpoint. Rembrandt experimented with etchings, starting from 1630s, peaking in the 1640s. Contrasting with the former tradition of woodblock prints he is able in etching to show the full range in grey-scale of super white to middle gray tone to super black areas in the print. He is actually considered the best etcher in the world by many specialists in that field. He also conveys the inner life of his subjects, so we can feel empathy. In this talk, we will discuss his most celebrated etchings. In great magnification, we also see the tricks of his superior technique and the beauty of execution in the etchings. Full live commentary by the top-level guide Drs Kees Kaldenbach, art historian living in Amsterdam with 20 years of teaching experience.

Rembrandt, Anatomical lesson by Dr Tulp.



How to make an appointment?  By phone or email.  Please note the 6-hour difference between Amsterdam, Holland and the East Coast of the USA.

Technical data:

Please send me an email stating your name and whether you wish to connect with multiple laptops. I would need the email addresses of each party.

You need a computer or laptop with a webcam, and run Zoom software.

After we agree on the price, date and hour, and you send me the agreed money via PayPal or via Bank account, I will send you a connection link.

We can do a 1 hour or 1.5 hour session. With Zoom I can reach up to 100 email addresses.

Feedback, April 2020, a NYC firm: “I wanted to send a HUGE thank you for participating in our classroom yesterday. I really cannot say enough how much we appreciate all your help and energy towards this project.
We are still collecting feedback from our members and will send that along when we have it but overall I think it went very well!”

Feedback, 31 July 2020, from Carnegie museums of Pittsburgh after my class on Van Gogh: “The class was a great success, and we would love to work on scheduling another class with you featuring Vermeer and Rembrant.”.  Feedback 25 August 2020: “You are our most popular presenter and we will book you for many more presentations.”

Feedback August 2020 from Providence Art Club, with a rich history of 140 years of lectures: “Your class was extremely well received, we will make more bookings this year.”

Feedback, August 2020 from the Arts society Sebarts .org in Sebastopol, California. “We loved your Zoom classes and will book more!”.


Feedback December, 2020: “Hello Jeannette, Today’s webinar was absolutely wonderful.. content, delivery. I learned a lot and thoroughly enjoyed the hour.. When the professor asked if he could go longer, I was inwardly yelling. “Yes, please!!! “This professor is wonderful..a natural teacher and obviously an expert on Van Gogh and the time. Makes me yearn for my college days. I truly hope you will keep me in mind for future presentations like this.”


Rembrandt, detail of a portrait of Uyttenboogaard, a hippie protestant preacher.

Rembrandt, Etching, Self Portrait at a young age.

Business card. The logo refers to Vermeer.