Plus possibly visits to 3 or 4 outstanding Swiss art museums in Bern, Zurich, Winterthur.
NEW Virtual Visit. Because of the Corona shutdown, I now offer a digital museum visit, using Zoom combined with my image bank. Call me for a live virtual Zoom class visit appointment! Enjoy a private Powerpoint presentation with your own ‘Professore’. Also for the museums of Zurich, Bern, Winterthur, with many hundreds of sharp images.
Join me for a visit to the Fine Art Museum (Kunstmuseum) in Basel, Switserland. I will be your private traveling professore, flying in from Amsterdam, Holland specially for you. Please book a time slot ticket for yourself and for the guide. New: Private Audio system available.
Private Tour by Drs Kees Kaldenbach, a professional Art History scholar with excellent teaching skills. Specialist in Fine art and Design, Architecture and History. VIP entry. Entry best at 9 or 10AM. Plus possibly visits to all outstanding art museums in Bern, Zurich, Winterthur. In preparation, I have made a week long Reconnaissance trip in the spring of 2018.
Please note, this is a high level offer. Practicalities: I live in Amsterdam, Holland and do NOT run a travel agency. I do however provide Fabulous international museum tours. The plan is that you contract me for one or more days as your private ‘Professore’ and offer full transport to that city, plus hotel accommodation in the same place you will stay. We will spend quality time together in mornings and early afternoons.
1. Expensive option: You can hire me and I will fly in to be your own outstanding private “Professore”. At your cost, I will fly in especially for you and I will guide you after spending a hotel night. And then a very memorable museum visit or two.
2. Less expensive option: I know many first-rate art historian colleagues all over Western Europe. Therefore I know just the company/guide to arrange an excellent museum visit for you. I work very closely with these art history women and men and they are brilliant.
Based on the ancient private collection of Amerbach, donated 1662, the museum has grown to a major collection of Swiss, German and other schools. The whole is a treasure trove of international stature. Highlights are the works by Holbein, Hodler and also many Dutch 17th c artists. Artists from the 19th and 20th centuries including Bocklin) are very well represented here.
Architecturally it is housed in a 1930-style old building (entrance) with an underground walkway to the concrete, postmodern huge annex across the street, used for temporary exhibitions.
The museum follows the good example of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, by offering all of its artworks for free to the world, in an online database.