Sidney Heath (1879 - ?) was a notable English landscape artist, illustrator and author of books on local topography, history and architecture. He specialised in drawings of old buildings.
- Written and illustrated by Heath
- Perkins, Thomas & Pentin, Herbet (Eds). Memorials of Old Dorset (London, Bemrose, 1907).
- Our Homeland Churches and how to Study them (The Homeland Association, 1907).
- The Romance of Symbolism and its Relationship to Church Ornament and Architecture (Francis Griffiths, 1909).
- The South Devon and Dorset Coast (T. Fisher Unwin, 1910).
- Old English Houses of Alms: a pictorial record with architectural and historical notes (London: F. Griffiths, 1910).
- The Story of Ford Abbey: from the earliest times to the present day (Francis Griffiths, 1911)
- Pilgrim Life in the Middle Ages (T. Fisher Unwin, 1911).
- A School History of Dorset (Dorset Education Committee, 1920).
- The Parts of a Manor House (George Philip & Son, 1928)
- The Parts of a Church (George Philip & Son, 1929).
- The Homes and Buildings of Other Days (George Philip & Son, 1929).
- Our Homeland Cathedrals (The Homeland Association, 1930).
Written by Heath, illustrated by E. W. Haslehust:
- The Cornish Riviera (Blackie and Son, 1911).
- Winchester (Blackie & Son, 1911).
- Exeter (Blackie & Son, 1912).
- Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch (Blackie & Son, 1915).
- The Heart of Wessex (Blackie & Son).
- Swanage and District (Blackie & Son, 1915).
Illustrated by Heath:
- Brassington, William S. Shakespeare's Homeland (J. M. Dent & Co., 1903.
- Works by Sidney Heath at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about Sidney Heath in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
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