Sir John Charles Robinson

Born: 1824
Died: 1913
Curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 1857-1867; cataloguer; founder member of the Fine Arts Club and the Royal Society of Painter Etchers; art collector. Knighted in 1887.
Works of Art: 0
Books: 5
Archives: 0
"Lo Scaffale;" Or, Presses In The Sacristy Of The Church Of Sta. Maria Delle Grazie At Milan. Illustrations Of The Painted Decoration By Bernardino Luini. Executed In Chromo-Lithography Under The Direction Of L. Gruner, K.A., Author of "Fresco Decorations in Italy," "Specimens of Ornamental Art," "Her Majesty's Pavilion in Buckingham Gardens," "The Bas-reliefs of the Cathedral of Orvieto," and other similar works.   - London: 1859-60.   
A Critical Account Of The Drawings By Michel Angelo And Raffaello In The University Galleries, Oxford By J.C. Robinson, F.S.A. Honorary Member of the Academies of the Fine Arts of St. Luke in Rome, Florence, Bologna, and Lisbon; Formerly Superintendent of the Art Collections and Art Referee of the South Kensington Museum. By Authority Of The Curators Of The University Galleries   - Oxford [1870]   
Robinson, John Charles   Descriptive Catalogue of the Drawings by the Old Masters, forming the Collection of John Malcolm Of Poltalloch, Esq. By J.C. Robinson. - London: [1869]   
South Kensington Museum. Italian Sculpture of the Middle Ages and Period of the Revival of Art. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Works forming the above Section of the Museum, with additional Illustrative Notices. By J.C. Robinson, F.S.A. Member Of The Academy Of Fine Arts Of Florence, And Of St. Luke At Rome, Etc.; Superintendent Of The Art Collections Of The South Kensington Museum.   - London: 1862.   
Christie's (London)   Catalogue Of The Celebrated Collection Of Works Of Art, From The Byzantine Period to that of Louis Seize, Of That Distinguished Collector, Ralph Bernal, Esq., Deceased; Also, Of The Beautiful Decorative Furniture And Service Of Plate: Which (By Order Of The Executors) Will be Sold by Auction, by Messrs. Christie & Manson, At The Mansion, No. 93, Eaton Square, Commencing On Monday, March the 5th, 1855, At One O'Clock Precisely. - The Collection may be publicly viewed on Thursday, March 1st, and two following Days, from 10 to 4 o'clock, with Catalogues only, price Eight Shillings, to admit Three Persons. - [London: 1855.]