Sir Hugh Casson as Author and Illustrator

New Sights of London [London Transport, 1937]

Houses: Permanence and Prefabrication [Pleiades Books, 1943]

Homes by the Million [with Anthony Chitty under the pseudonym 'Hugh Anthony', Penguin Books, 1945]

An Introduction to Victorian Architecture [Art and Technics, 1948]

Red Laquer Days [Lion and Unicorn Press, 1956]

Nanny Says, with Joyce Grenfell [Dobson Books, 1972]

Sketchbook [Lion and Unicorn Press, 1975]

Indian Sketchbook [The Workshop Gallery, 1979]

Hugh Casson's Diary [Macmillan, 1981]

Hugh Casson's London [JM Dent & Sons, 1983]

Hugh Casson's Oxford [Phaidon Press, 1988]

Japan Observed [Bellew Publishing, 1991]

Hugh Casson's Cambridge [Phaidon Press, 1992]

The Tower of London, an Artist's Portrait [Herbert Press, 1993]


Sir Hugh Casson as Illustrator

The Pillow-Book Puzzles, Ivan Morris [ The Bodley Head, 1969]

The Lonely Monk, Ivan Morris [The Bodley Head, 1970]

Wines with Long Noses, George Bijur [ Dobson Books, 1977]

The Old Man of Lochnagar, HRH The Prince of Wales [Hamish Hamilton, 1980]

Pushkin the Polar Bear, Simon Gaul [Quartet Books, 1983]

Zelda and the Corgis, Diana Avebury [Piccadilly Press, 1984]

Buttons, Linda Yeatman [Piccadilly Press, 1985]

The Illustrated Summoned by Bells, John Betjemen [John Murray, 1989]

Hugh Casson's archives are now held in the Archive of Art & Design at the Victoria and Albert Museum. They can be consulted by arrangement; or see: