James Ewen Henderson (3 January 1934–2000) was an English ceramic artist.Born at Cheddleton Hospital in Staffordshire, he was the second son and younger child of David Henderson (c.1900–1953), doctor of medicine, and (Beatrice) Mary Stewart (c.1905–1956), teacher and administrator, both of whom were Scottish. In May 2000 Henderson was awarded an honorary fellowship of the London Institute, in recognition of his contribution to art and of his 30 years' distinguished teaching at Camberwell College of Arts, having joined the staff in 1970 when the school was still called Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts. His students included such notable studio potters as Jim Malone, Angus Suttie, and Sara Radstone. "Ewen Henderson was one of the most important and influential ceramic artists of the late twentieth century".In 2002 a newly constructed hall of residence housing 260 students was named Ewen Henderson Court in his memory and honour. It is located in New Cross Gate, London.