Take a private class with an outstanding art ‘professore’ who wrote a book on Vincent van Gogh. 40 years of expertise. Make an appointment and enjoy a great private Zoom + Powerpoint presentation on the life and works of Vincent van Gogh and his clash with Gauguin. And how Gauguin carved out his own pathway.
Listing of all Powerpoint art classes on Vermeer, Rembrandt, Van Gogh etc.
Vincents life and works. A private Powerpoint presentation, online, using Zoom, discussing the life and work of Vincent van Gogh.If we would follow the timeline of Vincent’s career, only the last 3 years would be riveting and worth while. Therefore author and art historian Drs Kees Kaldenbach first shows a series of great masterworks from 1887-1890 and then retraces steps to see how his life developed after his birth in 1853, a painful series of mishaps and failures. A lesser man than Vincent would have given up! Excerpts from my book on Van Gogh.
Gauguin and Vincent van Gogh. How did their life intersected – with dramatic results. These wo personalities rubbed each other and the local population. A private Powerpoint presentation, online, using Zoom.
Gauguin escaping, travelling to faraway islands. Upsetting the local population. Later on Gauguin went to overseas French territories and lived the life of a Hedonist, also in sexual matters. A private Powerpoint presentation, online, using Zoom.
Do you want to make an appointment? Please contact me by email or phone. Please note the time difference between Amsterdam, Holland and the East Coast of the USA.
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: “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!”