concerto4art-and-education said: For somereason people don't like any info underneath images. I get really irritated when an artwork comes across my dash without any info. ughh.

Yes, it would seem as though there are people who think text ruins the “aesthetic” of their blog. So they’d rather be annoying and delete all the text from the people they reblog from.

I hate those blogs. A lot.

Francois Boucher
Portrait of the Artist’s Daughter
1760

Francois Boucher

Portrait of the Artist’s Daughter

1760

This just popped up on my dashboard with all of my text removed. Can’t be sure who did it, but somewhere along the way I guess someone reblogging it thought that was okay. But guys, please don’t. Really. Not to my posts, or to anyone you reblog from. It’s lame, it’s not cool, and no one likes it.

(Source: masterpiecedaily)

(Reblogged from burdge)
Hit 8,000 followers tonight.
(Still can’t believe there are this many of you.)

Hit 8,000 followers tonight.

(Still can’t believe there are this many of you.)

Neroccio de’ Landi

Madonna and Child Between St Jerome and St Bernardino

1476

Henri Gervex

Five Hours at Paquin’s

1906

Bartholomeus van der Helst
Portrait of Gerard Andriesz Bicker
1640-52

Bartholomeus van der Helst

Portrait of Gerard Andriesz Bicker

1640-52

Andrea Pisano

Sculpture

1336-43

Pietro Liberi

Sleeping Endymion

1660s

Benvenuto Cellini

Bust of Cosimo I

1546-47

Cornelis de Vos

Self Portrait of the Artist with his Wife Suzanne Cock and Their Children

1630s

Martino Altomonte

The Immaculate Conception

1719

Jacob Cornelisz van Oostsanen

Mary Magdalen

1519

Gilbert Jackson

Portrait of Jane, Countess of Winchester

1632

Thomas Gainsborough

Sir Robert Clayton

1769