Robert Langton Douglas  

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Robert Langton Douglas (1864–1951), known professionally as R. Langton Douglas, was a British art critic, lecturer, and author, and director of the National Gallery of Ireland.

Known chiefly as an authority on Sienese art, his most important publications are an edition of Crowe and Cavalcaselle's History of Painting in Italy (1903, et. seq.), and:

  • Fra Angelico (second edition, 1902)
  • History of Siena (1902)
  • La Maioliche di Siena (1904)
  • Illustrated Catalogue of Pictures of Siena and Objects of Art (Burlington Fine Arts Club, 1904)

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