This will complete the series on Golden Age illustrator Charles Robinson, at least for awhile. I first encountered Robinson’s work in a Dover compilation of art featured in the famous British journal The Studio, including images that were originally published in The Child-World, and I was simply astounded by it. In fact, they were my favorite images in the book. I had never actually seen The Child-World (which was written by Gabriel Setoun), however, until I stumbled onto it over at the Open Library. I was not disappointed. In some ways it is the epitome of Robinson’s catalog. It is certainly among his most intricate and delicate work. It is also, in my estimation, a high point of the art nouveau style itself.