Marjorie Robinson (1858 - 1924):
Marjorie Robinson was born in Belfast. She became a skilled illuminator and attended the Government School of Design. In 1907 she went to London to take up portraiture, where she worked under Alyn Williams of the Royal Society of Miniature Painters. While she was in London she also studied modelling, and remained there until the outbreak of the Second World War when she returned to Belfast. She exhibited in London and Belfast, and a collection of twenty-two miniatures was presented by her brother to the Belfast Museum and Art Gallery, where she is also represented by sculpture, watercolours and a self-portrait in oil.