In collaboration with the Japanese-born translator Ms. Tohko Hirose or another translator we offer the following fully translated tours:
Complete Listing of tours
Group size between 3 and 10 persons. Smaller groups are negotiable. Featuring Lectures, Tours, Museum visits.
You may also arrange this VIP treatment for business contacts or friends. This cultural organisation office will take care of a memorable experience.
See the famous Vermeer, Rembrandt, Van Gogh paintings in Amsterdam, Holland in a new light! Read client testimonials.
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Drs. Kees Kaldenbach has been featured in television and radio documentaries, including BBC1, BBC2, BBC3, BBC4 TV, NTV Japan, Danish TV and Radio Netherlands World Service. In July 2004 he was interviewed about Delft artists the Nishinippon (Japan, 2012) and by Tetsuya Tsuruhara for the leading Japanese newspaper The Yomiuri Shimbun. In 2004 and 2005 he acted in an advisory role to additional BBC teams. Kaldenbach has written extensively on Vermeer and 17th century Delft, also on Vincent van Gogh and on other art history topics.
Rijksmuseum, April 2013. In front of a Japanese TV camera team.
Monitor held by the Japanese TV director.
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Drs. Kees Kaldenbach, art historian and Vermeer specialist, email@example.com Haarlemmermeerstraat 83hs, 1058 JS Amsterdam (near Surinameplein, ring road exit s106, streetcar tram 1 and 17).
Telephone 020 669 8119; cell phone 06 - 2868 9775.
Open seven days a week.
Member of VVV Amsterdam Tourist board and member of Amsterdam Chamber of Commerce (Kamer van Koophandel).
E mail esponses to art historian Drs. Kees Kaldenbach.
This page forms part of the 2000+ item Vermeer web site at www.xs4all.nl/~kalden
Launched April 15, 2004. Last update April 29. 2013.
Map of Haarlemmermeerstraat, Amsterdam. Please note this tricky situation: there is another street in town that sounds almost the same: Haarlemmerstraat. You need to go to my street, Haarlemmermeerstraat. Take tram 2 to Hoofddorpplein square or tram 1 to Suriname plein square.
2013: BBC shoot in Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
BBC 4 TV programme shoot in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, March 28, 2013 just before the formal opening. Kaldenbach in red jacket. Behind the middle cameraman interviewer Andrew Graham-Dixon. The director approaching from the right.
In the middle: daughter Suzanne, who has not been there 12 years, Kees Kaldenbach and interviewer Andrew Graham-Dixon.
Information on the paintings still to be placed.