Gordon Cochrane Home (25 July 1878 – 13 Dec 1969) was an English landscape artist, writer and illustrator.
Home was born in London. He worked as an art editor at "The Tatler", "The King" and later at the publishers A & C Black. He served as a Major in the Royal Army Service Corps from 1914-1920 in France and North Africa, and later travelled widely in North Africa, the British Empire and the Commonwealth.
- Yorkshire; coast and moorland scenes (A & C Black, 1904).
- The evolution of an English town (J. M. Dent & co., 1905)
- Normandy: The Scenery & Romance of Its Ancient Towns (J M Dent & Co., 1905)
- Yorkshire dales and fells (A & C Black, 1906).
- Headlam, Cecil. Venetia and northern Italy (J M Dent, 1908).
- Yorkshire vales and wolds (A & C Black, 1908).
- Headlam, Cecil. Inns of Court (A & C Black, 1909)
- The motor routes of France (A & C Black, 1910)
- Home, Gordon & Matthison, William (illustrator). Cambridge (A & C Black, 1911).
- Canterbury (A & C Black, 1911).
- The English Lakes (A & C Black, 1911).
- Stratford-on-Avon, a sketch-book (A & C Black, 1913).
- Winchester, a sketch-book (A & C Black, 1914).
- Foord, E. & Home, Gordon. The invasions of England (A & C Black, 1915).
- France (A & C Black, 1918).
- Through Yorkshire The County Of Broad Acres (J M Dent, 1922).
- York, a sketch book (A & C Black, 1922).
- Roman York (London: Ernest Benn, 1924)
- Through the Borders to the Heart of Scotland (J.M. Dent, London, 1924).
- Home, Gordon & Foord, Edward. Bristol Bath And Malmesbury (J M Dent, 1925)
- Cathedrals, Abbeys & Famous Churches: Bristol, Bath & Malmesbury (J M Dent, 1925.)
- Hereford & Tintern Including Newport Cathedral & Llanthony Priory (J M Dent, 1925.)
- Through East Anglia (J M Dent, 1925).
- Through the Chilterns to the Fens (J M Dent, 1925).
- Baikie, James. The Charm of the Scott Country (A & C Black, 1927)
- Medieval London (London: Ernest Benn, 1927)
- Roman Britain (London: Ernest Benn, 1927)
- A history of London (London: Ernest Benn, 1929). *York Minster (J M Dent, 1936).