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I'm not sure if this is the way to reply to you. If not, my apologies.
I added two links to the Imogen Stuart page. As it happens they are both to pages of my own on the internet. The first is to my web page on St. Stephen's Church in Killiney, where Imogen was the resident artist when the church was being built. So she is responsible for the overall effect. It is a beautiful church and the purpose of my interting the link was to draw people's attention to the church and not to myself. I can vouch for the page as I took the photos myself.
The second link is to the men/women/disasbled signs on the public toilet in the Killiney Beach public carpark. I was taken with them, photographed them and subsequently discussed them with the local Dún Lasoghaire & Rathdown County Council who told me they had commissioned Imogen to do them. I thought they represented a very unusual, and humorous, aspect of her work and blogged them at the time. They are close by a 6th Century monastic site which explains the religious figures. Again my purpose was to draw attention to an aspect of Imogen's work rather than to myself.
If these external links are not acceptable, then more's the pity, but I will not pursue them further. As I said it was to illustrate Imogen's work rather than draw attention to myself that I inserted them.