Behind the small team who put this site together there are hundreds of other people who have contributed in ways large and small.
Private collectors have welcomed us into their homes and allowed us to take photographs of their Eurichs. Others have taken photos themselves or commissioned photographers.
Public galleries, colleges and corporate collectors have invited us to take photos. Others have sent us images and helped us with research.
Auction houses, independent galleries, art dealers and photo libraries - including Bonhams, Bridgeman Images, Christie’s, Dreweatts, Fine Art Society, Maas Gallery, Sotheby’s, Sworders, Tennant’s, and Woolley & Wallis - have searched their files and provided hundreds of photos. Dozens of others in the UK and abroad have added to the total, making the catalogue the most comprehensive collection of images of Eurich works ever assembled.
The estate commissioned several photographers in the UK, Australia and the USA.
About forty people acted as testers as the site developed. They checked the growing number of features for errors and bugs.
Thank you to all of you.
Our thanks also go out to everyone who introduced us to Eurich collectors and to those who gave us advice and supported our project, including Gavin Graham, Peyton Skipwith, Ingram Reid, Charles Russell Speechlys LLP, Jamie Anderson, estate representatives Waterhouse & Dodd, and Mark Hodgkin who is working on a catalogue raisonné of Eliot Hodgkin.
Organisations such as the Royal Academy and New English Art Club provided invaluable information about exhibitions, and researchers such as Natalie Bradbury (Picture for Schools scheme) have been committed supporters.
The enthusiasm, goodwill and hospitality shown by everyone has truly helped keep us going.