Our Harrisburg galleries

Our main gallery is Robinson’s Fine Prints, a special shop within The Midtown Scholar Bookstore, 1302 North 3rd Street, Harrisburg, PA 17102

We are open Wednesday through Sunday, 10Am to 6PM.

Our hours follow those of The Midtown Scholar. Please check their website as they gradually resume their 7-day schedule.  https://www.midtownscholar.com/

Robinson’s Fine Prints  offers fine, original graphic art from the past 150 years. Our featured contemporary artist is Ladislav Hanka, internationally renowned etcher of the natural world. Another favorite part of the shop is our  large collection of ex-libris and other tiny prints by Czech and other European artists. Some of our prints are priced in the thousands, but many are well under $35.  And you’ll find a room full of books about printmaking and printmakers.

The Midtown Scholar, our parent store, is widely regarded as one of America’s best independent bookstores. There is an entire floor dedicated to books on art and design. Most books have been gently used, and are attractively priced. The Midtown Scholar also boasts an enormous history section, a children’s book room, a good stock of other book categories, a bakery, and a fair-trade coffee and tea bar.

Our neighborhood is the emerging arts district in midtown Harrisburg. Here you’ll find:

  • The Susquehanna Art Museum where you can see more of our prints for sale in the main lobby

  • Christopher Fareed Design Studios and their flagship gallery for new.modernrugs.com (opening soon)

  • The Millworks, a complex of artist’s studios, galleries, farm-to-table restaurant, brewery, and beer garden

  • Midtown Cinema, featuring independent films, and Zeroday Brewing

  • The Broad Street Market, among the oldest continuously operating farmers’ markets in the U.S.

  • Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center (H*MAC), a multi-venue complex for arts and entertainment, eating and drinking

  • Yellow Bird Bakery & Cafe, and many other great places to eat—including Vietnamese, Italian, Cajun, etc.

Find more of our prints for sale at the Susquehanna Art Museum, just two blocks away