|Name||Robinson, Dorland, 1892-1917|
|Othernames||Regina Dorland Robinson|
|Born||Nov. 5, 1892|
|Deceased||April 7, 1917|
|Deceased where||San Mateo|
|Father||Dr. J. W. Robinson|
|Mother||Matilda Miller Robinson|
C.E. Pearson, traveling salesman from the Yale Lock Company of New York.
Regina Dorland Robinson was born November 5, 1892 in Jacksonville, Oregon to Dr. J.W. Robinson and Matilda Miller Robinson. Two siblings had died of diphtheria before Regina's birth. She was educated at the Covenant of the Holy Name in Jacksonville and early in life, she study art with Peter Britt, a local photographer and painter. In 1910, when she was 18, she went to Philadelphia to study art with Henry H. Rittenberg at the Academy of Fine Arts.
October 26, 1916. Regina married C.E. Pearson, a traveling salesman from the Yale Lock Company of New York, in Portland, OR. The marriage was short-lived with the couple divorcing January 9, 1917, a mere two and a half months after the wedding.
During her life time, she lived in Jacksonville, Portland, Philadelphia, San Francisco and San Mateo, CA.
Robinson was an artist using oil, watercolor, charcoal, pastels and gouache. She did several specialty portraits and many landscapes and still lifes. Her first exhibition was in September 1907 in Grants Pass, OR.
Dorland Robinson committed suicide when she was 25.
Addition information is available in A Lasting Impression: The Art and Life of Regina Dorland Robinson by Donna Curler with additional research by Sue Waldron, published by the Southern Oregon Historical Society.
|Places of residence||Jacksonville, Portland, Philadelphia, San Francisco, San Mateo|
Covenant of th Holy Name in Jacksonville.
1910 Studied at the Academy of fine arts in Philadelphia with Henry H. Rittenberg.
|Titles & honors||Member of the San Francisco Sketch Club|
|Occupation||Artist using oil, watercolor, charcoal, pastel and gouache, Specialty Portraits and landscapes.|
Two siblings who died of diptheria before Reginas birth.
Early in life took lessons from Peter Britt.
|Caption||Image of Dorland|