Frederick Cayley Robinson
Frederick Cayley Robinson ARA (18 August 1862 – 4 January 1927) was an English painter, decorator and illustrator. He is perhaps best known for his series of paintings for the Middlesex Hospital entitled Acts of Mercy commissioned around 1915 and completed in 1920.
Cayley Robinson regularly exhibited at the Royal Academy and the Society of British Painters.
Curated by Robert Upstone, in 2010 the National Gallery put on an exhibition in the Sunley Room showing six works by Cayley Robinson including the four panels of the Acts of Mercy series. The exhibition ran from 14 July to 17 October.
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- 24 paintings by or after Frederick Cayley Robinson at the Art UK site
- Tate Gallery biography
- National Gallery exhibition 2010
- BBC website audio slideshow
- Review of the 2010 exhibition Evening Standard
- Review of the 2010 exhibition The Guardian
- Slideshow of the 'Acts of Mercy' The Guardian
- Profile on Royal Academy of Arts Collections