Wilfrid Jasper Walter Blunt (1901–1987) was an art teacher, author, artist and curator of the Watts Gallery at Compton, Surrey (1959–83). He was educated at Marlborough College (scholar), Worcester College, Oxford, and the Royal College of Art. He taught art at Haileybury College (1923–37) and Eton College (1937–59) and helped to start a revolution in the hand-writing of British school-children, using the 15th-century Italian Cancellaresca ("Chancery") script as a basis.
His brother was Anthony Blunt, Poussin expert and spy.
- Haileybury Buildings (1938)
- Desert Hawk : Abd el Kader and the French Conquest of Algeria, Methuen, 1947
- The Art of Botanical Illustration (1950) with William T. Stearn
- Tulipomania (1950), King Penguin Books 44
- Sweet Roman Hand (1952)
- Pietro's Pilgrimage (1953)
- Isfahan, Pearl of Persia (1966, with Wim Swaan)
- The Dream King, Ludwig of Bavaria (1970)
- Captain Cook's Florilegium (1973, with W. T. Stearn)
- The Australian Flower Paintings of Ferdinand Bauer (1976, with W. T. Stearn)
- Splendours of Islam (1976)
- Great Flower Books, 1700-1900 : A Bibliographical Record of Two Centuries of Finely-illustrated Flower Books (1956), Sacheverell Sitwell, Wilfrid Blunt and Patrick Millington Synge, Atlantic Monthly Press (1990) ISBN 0871132842
- Blunt, W.; Raphael, S. (1979). The Illustrated Herbal. Frances Lincoln. ISBN 9780906459027.
- Married to a Single Life: an Autobiography, 1901-1938 (1983)
- Slow on the Feather: Further Autobiography, 1938–1959 (1986).
- Of Flowers & a Village: An Entertainment for Flower Lovers, Hamish Hamilton, 1963