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James G. Barber

James G. Barber, a historian at the National Portrait Gallery, in Washington, D. C., is the author of Andrew Jackson: A Portrait Study . Currently he is surveying the portraits of Henry Clay. The views he expresses here are his alone and do not necessarily represent the opinion of the National Portrait Gallery or the Smithsonian Institution.

Articles by this Author

Who’s Who?, July/August 1995 | Vol. 46, No. 4
A historian of American portraits tells how he determines whether a picture is authentic—and why that authenticity matters