Jan Faul







Jan W Faul

Jan Faul

Tuscarora, MD


Biography : Jan W. Faul Contact Jan Faul: janfaul at mac dot com

Now living in Maryland, but born in a New York forest and raised by wolves, master photographer Jan W. Faul has traveled across the United States to portray vibrant landscapes and distinctly American creations as well as roamed Europe to show the landscapes of his childhood. He traced the footsteps of his grandfather who first attended Yale and later fought in the Civil War. Mr. Faul has spent 40+ years portraying the hand of man on the land in thousands of locales spread across the US and Europe. Mr. Faul has been awarded grants from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Arts, James Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and he is a member of the ASMP Hall of Fame. His work is in the collections of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, the Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery at UMBC, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Hirschhorn Museum, Houston Museum of Fine Arts, and approximately 30 others. His work is in hundreds of corporate and private collections. He has won approximately 350+ awards during his career.
Awards :
2014 Prosthesis Purchase Prize
2013 Western Collection Medals (7)
2012 Delaplaine Purchase
2012 Epson Pano Awards Medals
2011 Epson Pano Awards Medals
1995-6 Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts
1994 Wisconsin Humanities Council
1985 ASMP Hall of Fame
1976 Smithsonian Festival of American Folklife
1974 Upjohn Institute for American Labor Studies
1972 Art Directors Club of Metro Wash DC
1970 US Information Agency
Solo Exhibitions :
2013 - Art for Cars + Panoramas, Hauser, Gettysburg
2012 - Legacies of Battle, Gettysburg, PA
2009-2012 Time off for recovery from medical malpractice
2003 - Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond
2002 - Sol Mednick Gallery, University of the Arts, Philadelphia
2001 - Gettysburg, Washington Post
- Masters of Photography, Wash DC
1996 - Kentlands Mansion Gallery, MD
1993 - Kristin Johnson Gallery, Wash DC
1992 - Arnold & Porter, Wash, DC
1992 - Wohlfarth Galleries, Wash, DC
1976 - Montgomery AL Museum of Fine Arts
1974 - Photo Impressions Gallery, Wash DC

Fields of Honor, National Geographic
Shots Magazine
Foto, Film og Video, Copenhagen



The following Books are in production and can be reviewed by publishers:
We Had to Beat the Russians!
Fly Fishing Historic Waters
How Henry & Dorothy Spent their Summers
Legacies of Lee
Valor in the Skies
D-Day: The Coming Storm

Images from these books are available on FAA


Rail Stop by Jan W Faul


Ali looks back by Jan W Faul


The Two Ali's by Jan W Faul


Juno Beach Museum by Jan W Faul


Ali nails Ernie by Jan W Faul


Angelo wraps Ali's hands by Jan W Faul


Three's not a crowd by Jan W Faul


Saddled Up by Jan W Faul


Spy town by Jan W Faul


Lyme Bowls by Jan W Faul


Train and Wellow by Jan W Faul


Sleeping Sunfish by Jan W Faul


Yellow Box by Jan W Faul


Angelo and Ali Wrap Hands by Jan W Faul


End of Round Two by Jan W Faul


Muhammad Ali and Ernie Jones spar by Jan W Faul


Muhammad Ali Spars with Ernie Jones by Jan W Faul


Rake in the Round by Jan W Faul


Abstracted model ii by Jan W Faul


Sunrise in the woods by Jan W Faul


Radio Millimeter SAC by Jan W Faul


Doorway to Heaven by Jan W Faul


Fantasy Sunrise ii by Jan W Faul


Vertical Flag DK II by Jan W Faul


Sky at night II by Jan W Faul


Flag Abstract II by Jan W Faul


Hot Line by Jan W Faul


Queen Domination by Jan W Faul


Clean Pipes by Jan W Faul


Border Guard by Jan W Faul


Me and Them by Jan W Faul


Carlsberg by Jan W Faul


Bundles of Joy by Jan W Faul


My Dad's Isetta by Jan W Faul


Hangar at Goodwood by Jan W Faul


O-club at Exeter by Jan W Faul


Tunnell on the Thames by Jan W Faul


Window Frames by Jan W Faul


Fog City Diner II by Jan W Faul


Southsea Road by Jan W Faul


Mulberry Land by Jan W Faul


South Walls by Jan W Faul


Calshot Cool by Jan W Faul


Streaking Hythe by Jan W Faul


Three over easy by Jan W Faul


U got the Look by Jan W Faul


Wind on the Moor by Jan W Faul


SO-lent by Jan W Faul