‘Tate chance’ [letter from Robyn Denny, Adrian Heath, Patrick Heron, HH, F E McWilliam & William Scott, occasioned by Sir John Rothenstein’s retirement as Director of the Tate Gallery, urging the appointment of an artist as his successor], in The Sunday Times, 10 May 1964; repr. in Towards another picture, 1977 (c.f.).

[reply to questionnaire appended to article by Norman Blamey, ‘The function of drawing’], in Monad 1: a magazine about painting (publ. by Chelsea Art School Students Union), Summer 1964, vol.1 no.1, pp.27-34 (ref. p.29, illus. on p.31).

[statement], in Jasia Reichardt (ed.): ‘On figuration and the narrative in art: statements by Howard Hodgkin, Patrick Hughes, Patrick Procktor, and Norman Toynton’ [based on session at Institute of Contemporary Arts, ‘Aspects of figuration and the narrative’, 8 Mar. 1966, chaired by Robert Hughes], in Studio International, Sept. 1966, vol.172 no.881, pp.140-144 (ref. p.140); section repr. in Towards another picture, 1977 (c.f.).

‘The relevance of Matisse: a discussion between Andrew Forge, Howard Hodgkin and Philip King’, in Studio International, July-Aug. 1968, vol.176 no.902, pp.9-17.

[untitled text in French], in Patrick Caulfield, Howard Hodgkin, Michael Moon. Paris: Galerie Stadler, 1972 (catalogue of exhibition 21 Mar. – 15 Apr. 1972); on loose sheet.

* A recorded talk on his paintings: Indian views, screenprints and lithographs. London: British Council, 1976 (pamphlet publ. Nov. 1976); section repr. in Towards another picture, 1977 (q.v.).

[texts reprinted from 1964 letter to Sunday Times, 1966 Studio International discussion, & 1976 British Council pamphlet], in (ed.) Andrew Brighton and Lynda Morris : Towards another picture: an anthology of writings by artists working in Britain 1945-77. Nottingham: Midland Group, 1977, pp.76-77, 96.

‘An artist in residence’ [account of HH’s residency at Brasenose College, 1976-1977], in Oxford Art Journal, Oct. 1978, no.1: Art in Oxford, pp.36-37.

[introduction] to The artist’s eye: an exhibition selected by Howard Hodgkin at the National Gallery. London: National Gallery, 1979 (catalogue of exhibition 20 June – 19 Aug. 1979), p.3; also commentaries on the 14 selected works.

‘Peter Blake and Howard Hodgkin in California’ [extracts from HH’s diary of a trip to California with Blake in Oct. 1979, staying with David Hockney, & 2 drawings; also 4 drawings by Peter Blake], in Ambit, 1980, no.83, pp.3-11 (ref. pp.3-7, 11)

‘The solipsist in his studio’ [review of ‘Matisse’ by Lawrence Gowing, Thames and Hudson 1979], in Times Literary Supplement, 21 Mar. 1980, no.4017, p.330.

‘Introduction’ to Paintings by E. Box [= Eden Fleming, 1920 (?)-1988]: a retrospective exhibition, including the artist’s most recent work. London: David Carritt Limited, 1981 (catalogue of exhibition 23 Apr. – 15 May 1981); p.[6].

‘Artist’s notes’, in Howard Hodgkin: Indian leaves, with a portrait of the artist by Bruce Chatwin; London, New York: Petersburg Press, 1982, pp.51-53.

‘Foreword’, in Six Indian painters: Rabindranath Tagore, Jamini Roy, Amrita Sher-Gil, M.F. Husain, K.G. Subramanian, Bhupen Khakhar; London: Tate Gallery, 1982 (catalogue of exhibition, 7 Apr. – 23 May 1982), p.8.

‘How to be an artist’ [edited version of The William Townsend Memorial Lecture, given at Slade School of Fine Art, University College, London, on 15th Dec. 1981], in The Burlington Magazine, Sept. 1982, vol.124 no.954, cover & pp.552-554.

‘An introduction to the exhibition’ and 38 of the 52 catalogue notes, in Indian drawing: an exhibition chosen by Howard Hodgkin, introduction by Terence McInerney; London: Arts Council of Great Britain, 1983 (catalogue of exhibition at Hayward Gallery, London, 10 Feb. – 17 Apr. 1983, then travelling), pp.v-vi & unpaginated catalogue entries signed ‘HH’.

‘Howard Hodgkin and Patrick Caulfield in conversation’, in Art Monthly, July-Aug. 1984, no.78, pp.1, 4-6.

* ‘On and off the wall’, in The Observer, 3 July 1988, p.43.

‘Notes on the collection’, in Andrew Topsfield, Milo Cleveland Beach: Indian paintingsand drawings from the collection of Howard Hodgkin; New York: Thames and Hudson, 1991, pp.9-11; repr. 1992 (Thames and Hudson, London) & 1994 (British Museum Press).

‘About my collection’ [of Indian paintings & drawings], in Asian Art, Fall 1991, vol.6 no.4, pp.8-27; incl. excerpt from ‘A portrait of the artist’ by Bruce Chatwin, in Indian leaves, with a portrait of the artist by Bruce Chatwin, London, New York: Petersburg Press, 1982, pp.5-17; republ. as ‘Howard Hodgkin’ in Bruce Chatwin: What am I doing here, London: Jonathan Cape, 1985, pp.70-78.

‘On collecting Indian painting’, in Ashmolean, Winter 1992, no.23, pp.9-15.

‘Arboreal architecture’ [on his mural for the facade of Charles Correa’s British Council offices in New Delhi], in Design Quarterly, Winter 1993, no.158, pp.14-15.

‘Artist’s statements’ [selection of 13 statements and texts dating from 1984-1993], in Andrew Graham-Dixon: Howard Hodgkin; London: Thames and Hudson, 1994, pp.178-179; expanded version in revised ed, 2001, pp.214-217.

‘A London view’, in Granta 65: London: the lives of the city, Spring 1999, pp.112-113.