Robert Laurence Binyon (* 10. August 1869 in Lancaster; † 10. März 1943 in Reading) war ein englischer Dichter, Dramatiker und Kunsthistoriker.

Er war Konservator am British Museum in London und seit 1933 Professor an der Harvard-Universität.

Er schrieb wichtige Werke zur japanischen und chinesischen Kunst.


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