Robertson was born in Manchester, England. After leaving school she looked after her mother who suffered from rheumatoid arthritis. Robertson's father gave her a second-hand camera in 1949 and the following year she had a photo story about her sister doing her homework published in Picture Post. Over the next few years she had several photo stories published in the magazine including "Sheep Shearing in Wales" (1951), "Tate Gallery" (1952), "Mother's Day Off" (1954) and "Childbirth" (1955).
Robertson was appointed an OBE in 1999. She was married to the Picture Post photographer Thurston Hopkins (1913–2014).
As well as photojournalism for magazines such as Life, Robertson worked in advertising. She is the daughter of journalist and broadcaster Fyfe Robertson.
Choose between framing with exclusive black wooden frame, poster + standard frame or just the poster.
The poster dimensions includes a white border, this framing gives the image more depth and highlights the design.
*When ordering with an exclusive black wooden frame, the poster is framed by hand in our workshop and quality assured. Delivered ready for hanging.
Standard frame in varying sizes is available in 4 different colors that can also be ordered separately here or under the tab Posters > Frames.
The size of this poster: 70x50cm