Sir Edwin Lutyens
Brown, Jane: Lutyens and the Edwardians
Edwards, Brian: Goddards, Abinger Common, Surrey
Describes a Lutyens house with Jekyll garden.
Hussey, Christopher: The Life of Sir Edwin Lutyens
Described as the finest architectural biography in the English language, with much detail on his life and work.
Lutyens, Emily: A blessed girl: Memoirs of a Victorian childhood
Daughter of The Earl and Countess of Lytton, of Knebworth, she became the wife of Edwin Lutyens. In the book, she recalls her early life, up to the time of her marriage.
Lutyens, Mary: Edwin Lutyens, A Memoir
Memoir by his novelist daughter; Lutyens the man is revealed by her own memories and Lutyens voluminous correspondence.
Percy, Clayre and Ridley, Jane editors: The letters of Edwin Lutyens to his wife Lady Emily
Edwin Lutyens was notably letter writer; many of his letters are illustrated by witty cartoons.
Richardson, Margaret: Sir Edwin Lutyens; Drawings from the Collection of the Royal Institute of Architects
Gives an excellent impression of the range of Lutyens achievements.
Richardson, Margaret: Sketches by Edwin Lutyens
Selection of Lutyens sketch designs, set in chronological order to illustrate the development of his career.
Sitwell, Sir George Sitwells on the Making of Gardens
Edwin Lutyens worked extensively on the Sitwell family home, Renishaw, Derbyshire; Gertrude Jekyll ‘issued her decrees on the garden beds’.
Sitwell, Sir Osbert: Great Morning
Volume 3 of the autobiography of Sir Osbert Sitwell, son of Sir George Sitwell. Edwin Lutyens worked extensively on the Sitwell family home, Renishaw, Derbyshire; Gertrude Jekyll ‘issued her decrees on the garden beds’.
Stewart-Wilson, Mary: Queen Mary’s Dolls House
The dolls house was built by Edwin Lutyens, with garden advice from Gertrude Jekyll, for Queen Mary. First shown at British Empire Exhibition in 1924.
Weaver, Lawrence: Houses and Gardens by E.L.Lutyens
The author was architectural editor of Country Life and a collaborator of Gertrude Jekyll
Wilhide, Elizabeth: Sir Edwin Lutyens – Designing in the English Tradition
The author demonstrates how each Lutyens house fits its setting, while the interiors and furnishings are equally apposite.