Christina Robertson (née Sanders, born in 1796 in Kinghorn (eng.)Russian. near Edinburgh-died 1854 in Saint Petersburg) was a Scottish portrait painterwho worked at the court of Nicholas I in 1839-1841 and in 1849-1851.
In 1823, Christina Robertson's work was shown to the London public in the halls of the Royal Academy, and in the next ten years, she acquired a solid clientele among the aristocracy and entrepreneurs. From 1829, he was an honorary member of the Royal Academy in Edinburgh.
Engravings of Robertson's portraits, published in magazines and illustrated almanacs, became well known in continental Europe and in Russia.
Christina Robertson's works have been continued in numerous reproductions, and the latest in mosaics in the category Robertson puzzles.