Charles Dorman Robinson (1847-1933)
“ Mt. Diablo near Brentwood”,
oil on board, 9” x 9”, signed lower left,
original frame, original glass,
Gumps, San Francisco label verso.

Artist Biography

Charles Dorman Robinson (1847-1933)

Born/lived: born in East Monmouth, ME/California/Yosemite Valley/Arizona

Known: a prolific plein-air painter of western landscape, he earned a distinguished reputation as a California artist, much of it based on his panoramic scenes of Yosemite Valley where he summered for twenty-four years. He also painted in nearby states including Arizona where his subject matter included the Grand Canyon. In the 1870s, he traveled in South America and painted tropical scenes of pre-Columbian antiquities.

Studied: He studied with George Inness; De Haas; Gignoux; Cropsey

Member: Palette Club, San Francisco; San Fran Art Association; Bohemian Club; San Francisco Sketch Club.

Exhibited: National Academy of Design; National Gallery of Art.

Painting Features

Artist First Name Charles Dorman
Artist Last Name Robinson
Artist's Dates (1847-1933)
Materials oil on board
Markings sll original frame-original glass, Gumps label verso
Size 9” x 9”
Price contact gallery
Comments This painting is in very good condition in a hand carved frame original to the painting, also in very good condition.