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Reverend Robson

Photo credit: Guildford Borough Council

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J. H. Robson was Chaplain of the Royal Surrey County Hospital from 1866 to 1876, and Chairman from 1892 to 1902. He was a friend of Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll). From a set of paintings originally in the Boardroom of the Hospital.

Guildford Museum



after 1895


oil on canvas


H 90 x W 70 cm

Accession number

LG 3929

Acquisition method

donated by Royal Surrey County Hospital, 2004

Work type


Inscription description

after 1895 They were all painted and presented by


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