Mario Andres Robinson (born 1970) is an American painter, pastellist, and draftsman.
Robinson was born in Altus, Oklahoma. At the age of 12 he moved as soon as family to New Jersey. He was encouraged to fabricate his innate capacity for the exposure of visual art by a fifth grade teacher, and for that reason began building what would soon become a prodigious body of work.
Robinson studied at the Pratt Institute in New York City.From the introduction of his career, Robinson was influenced by the accomplishment of Degas, Rembrandt, Vermeer in the middle of others. He studied their techniques and elementally broke beside their works. He innovative deconstructed the take action of various contemporary American artists.
Robinson's art was described on the Art Renewal Center's website as:
In 2016, Robinson was one of the nine artists, including, Stephanie Deshpande, Judy Takács, Laur Tilden and Terry Strickland, who participated in the Emanuel Nine Portrait Project at Principle Gallery, honoring the victims of the Charleston Church shooting. He painted the portrait of Cynthia Hurd, one of the nine victims.