Anyway. I have groused from time to time about the disappearance of almost all the albums of 20th century art from Webshots. The early modern painters are in fact gradually vanishing from the web altogether. Most likely this is the result of the growing power of the copyright police. The DMCA allows some works to be copyrighted for as long as 120 years, and allows the copyrights to be held by corporations with virtually endless lifespans. They will not surrender them easily, I'm sure, and we can probably expect copyrights to be extended still further in the future. The public domain is being privatized at an alarming rate. For this reason, I frequently search the web for those few remaining sites where some of the paintings from the early modern period may still be found.
My spelling is probably crappy, but spellcheck is acting up again, and I have no time to correct my errors on my own.
Away, little flawed entry! Carry your message out into the world as best you can!