Articles by Amy Henderson
It was Diana Vreeland, whose skill, imagination and discipline, defined the job of a modern fashion editor
A look back at the most-trusted man in news
Guest blogger and Portrait Gallery historian Amy Henderson reflects on the Gallery's Olympian collection
Guest blogger and Portrait Gallery historian Amy Henderson discusses Louis Armstrong and the meaning of stardom
A curator tells of 19th-century American socialites, who like Cora Crowley, found noble husbands and flushed Britain with cash
The Portrait Gallery's Cultural Historian Amy Henderson discusses the museum's vision—to tell America's stories as "visual biography"