Henry R. Robinson (fl. c. 1831 - 1850) was a 'lithographer, publisher, and caricaturist' (this is how he referred to himself) active in New York City during the mid-19th century. Robinson informed his clients on the bottom of his trade card that he was a lithographer who would make portrait, bullheads and bills of lading, circulars, maps, plans, designs, and facsimiles. He operated out of a shop at 52 Courtlandt Street, and also had an office in Washington, D.C. on Pennsylvania Avenue, which he operated with Anthony Fleetwood. Although Robinson portrayed himself as someone who created myriad types of content and advertisement, he is most well known for his political cartoons and other prints related to current events.