Alec Cobbe (born 1945) is an Irish designer, artist, musical instrument collector and decorator.
A member of the Cobbe family, Cobbe was born in Dublin and moved to Newbridge House with his family upon the death of his father. Cobbe studied medicine at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and underwent his clinical training at the London Hospital. Cobbe gave up his study of medicine to become a painter and trained as an art conservator at the Tate. Since the early 1980s Cobbe has advised on the redecoration of historic British country houses.
- Bryant, Julius (2013). Alec Cobbe: Designs for Historic Interiors. VA. ISBN 978-1-851777-723.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)
Cobbe, Alec (2019). Birds, Bugs and Butterflies: Lady Betty Cobbe's 'Peacock' China: A Biography of an Irish Service of Worcester Porcelain. Woodbridge, UK: Boydell Press. ISBN 9781783274727.