Acknowledgements page

The Archibald Knox Forum (AKForum) wishes to thank the following groups, people and organisations for all their help, encouragement and for kindly giving permission to AK Forum to use their images, descriptions and expertise.

Without their collective support the AKForum would not have come about, or continued to flourish.

Dr. Stephen A Martin.

Anthony Bernbaum of The Peartree Collection.

Gavin Morgan of Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts.

Aces Multimedia, India for stepping in at the last minute to design the website.

Alan E. Kelly of Mannin Collections Limited for his material and advice.

Andrew Barton (photographer).

A team of friends for translating The Archibald Knox Forum flyer in order to contact foreign enthusiasts.


Braddan Commissioners for opening up the Cronkbourne Village house where Archibald Knox was born.

Culture Vannin.

Dallas Museum of Art.

David Lockwood.

Dawson’s Auctioneers.

Eva Salvoltova (photographer).

Florin Decorative Arts.

The Gooday Gallery.

Halls Auction Group (Shropshire).

Historic Design New York.

Juan Vernon.

Julie and David Quine for information on All Saints’ Lonan Church and Canon John Quine.

Julie Marshall.

Lyon and Turnbull Auctioneers.

Mallams Auctioneers, Oxford.

Manx National Heritage (including the internet link to

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Mike Weedon.

Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

Murray’s Auctioneers, Isle of Man.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Patch Rogers.

Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Style Antiques.

Sue Burnham.

Tadema Gallery.

The Manx Museum.

The owners of “Brookville” and “Brookdale.” They stand on the property bought by Knox in 1901.

Titus Omega.

Val Caine (freelance writer).

Van den Bosch.

Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Willingham Auctions.

Woolley and Wallis Auctioneers.

Several private collectors, including the very special one in London with the fantastic Knox clock collection that was featured on the Facebook page in September 2017. Some of the clocks were also used in a newsletter article in July 2017.

All those who have attended the drop – in centre events and/or have joined the groups on visits to various sites of Knox interest.

All the groups that have requested talks on, films about, and exhibitions of Knox’s life and work.

All those who have indicated they wish to become members from 2018.

If anyone feels that they have been omitted, please contact us at and the situation will be rectified.