The authors of this website are grateful to the following:

Abbot & Holder Gallery, London. For permission to reproduce their archive of images of ME Eldridge works sold from 2012 to the present day. In particular to Philip Athill and Tom Edwards directors of the gallery.

Aberystwyth University, Archive, for approval to reproduce images of paintings by ME Eldridge.

Beevor, Nigel, for permission to use the material and images of his grandparents Lina and Aubrey Waterfield.

Brady-Close, Jane for her financial contribution.

Carter, Alyson, former archivist at the British Institute, Florence, for her assistance and guidance to material on the Waterfields and introduction to the Beevor family.

Carter, Marie, Archives Officer and former Health Sciences Librarian at the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic and District Hospital, Oswestry. In particular for the extracts from the minutes of the Management Committee. Her unstinting work from 1999 to 2010 in the pursuit of an exhibition space for the panels, with a timeline of locations visited. Copy of her presentation at Oriel Sycharth Gallery, Glyndŵr University 8 December 2010. Her hospitality for the authors visiting the archive at the Orthopaedic hospital.

Gavagan Art Gallery, Settle, Yorkshire for approval to include an image of a painting owned by them.

Hainsworth, Richard, photographer of The Dance of Life panels.

Hamilton, Richard, for many years of friendship and generosity, whose sponsorship enabled the authors’ research in Italy and funding for this website.

Harvard University, Harvard Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, Florence, in particular the archivist Ilaria della Monica and Angela Lees for arranging a visit to Villa I Tatti, Florence.

Jones, Euron, Photographer of all of the book illustrations by ME Eldridge.

Meyrick, Robert, Aberystwyth University, who supplied a list of ME Eldridge works sold through Abbot & Holder Gallery 1991 – 2005 and approval to display images of paintings by ME Eldridge owned by him.

Leatherhead Local History Society, in particular John Morris and Goff Powel who provided hospitality, information and images on ME Eldridge and her family whilst in Leatherhead.

Maples, Robert, for supplying images of works by ME Eldridge and approval to use those images on this website.

National Trust – Sarn Plas & Plas yn Rhiw, Llŷn Peninsula.

Oriel Plas Glyn y Weddw Gallery, Llanbedrog, N. Wales in particular Glynn Jones the Director for hosting the ME Eldridge Exhibition in 2014.

Owens, David & Ethne, for approval to use images of works by ME Eldridge on this website.

Powers, Alan, University of Canterbury. Approval to reproduce the letter he owns from Sir Stanley Spencer to ME Eldridge and approval to reproduce images of paintings by ME Eldridge.

Prendergast School, Hillyfields, Brockley, for access to the Main Hall to photograph the first public mural by ME Eldridge and for hosting the Annual General Meeting of the RS Thomas and ME Eldridge Society.

Roberts, Mart, the designer of this website.

RS Thomas & ME Eldridge Society for agreeing to continue to maintain and develop this website into the future.

RS Thomas Research Centre, Bangor University, Wales. In particular emeritus professor Tony Brown for his assistance in research and willingness to arrange archive space for materials and artefacts transferred to Bangor University.

Scrimgeour, Andy & Dottie, for their financial contribution.

Stanley Spencer Trust, in particular Ann Danks the archivist at The Gallery , Cookham for speaking on our behalf to John Spencer the grandson of Sir Stanley Spencer to obtain permission to reproduce extracts and a transcript of Spencer’s letter to Elsie Eldridge.

Thomas Family Estate, in particular to Rhodri Thomas and Carolyn Moorey as executors of the estate for copyright permission to reproduce and promote the work of ME Eldridge and RS Thomas. Also to Anne Moorey, niece of ME Eldridge, for her hospitality to the authors and permission to use images of works owned by her.

Trant, Carolyn for inclusion of ME Eldridge in her book Voyaging Out British Women Artists from Suffrage to the Sixties and approval to use an image of a painting owned by her.

Williams – Ellis, Helen for her friendship, support and encouragement. The production of the S4C Welsh language documentary Pwy Oedd Mrs RS Thomas? (Who Was Mrs RS Thomas?)

Wrexham Glyndŵr University. Virtual tour of The Dance of Life. Pauline Amphlett Senior Lecturer, Graphic Design Multimedia, for supporting the initial website project with the students.