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Jan Walkley Faul, American photographer. Recipient Bronze medal Pictures of the Year, 1974, awards Art Directors Club Metropolitan Washington, 1975, 77, 78, 91, Silver medal American Institute of Architects, 1977, Bronze medals Corcoran Gallery Art, 1978, The Washington Post, 1979, awards American Society Magazine Photographers, 1988, others.


Faul, Jan Walkley was born in 1945 in Port Chester, New York, United States. Daughter of Henry and Dorothy Day (Walkley) Faul.


Bachelor, George Washington University, 1969.


Owner, Jan Faul Studios, Washington, 1970-1979, 89-; owner, Rainbow Studio, Copenhagen, 1979-1989.


  • Other Work

    • One-man shows at Photo Impressions Gallery, 1974, Montgomery (Alabama) Museum Fine Arts, 1976, Gallery Blomsten, Copenhagen, 1984, Wohlfarth Galleries, Washington, 1991, also Smithsonian National Museum, Arnold & Porter, 1992, Kristin Johnson Gallery, 1993. Exhibited in group shows at Space Science Exposition Center, Tokyo, 1980, Clarence Kennedy Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1985, Photokina, Cologne, Germany, 1985, International Museum Photography at George Eastman House, 1989, Kerns Art Center, Eugene, Oregon, 1994, University Delaware, 1994, Nabisco Gallery, 1994. Represented in permanent collections at Smithsonian Institution, Montgomery Museum Fine Arts, Corcoran Gallery Art, National Gallery Art, Houston Museum Fine Art, San Francisco Museum Modern Art, Royal Museum Art, Denmark, Aperture Foundation, Virginia Museum, Catholic University, International Museum Photography at George Eastman House, Ilford/Ciba-Geigy Collection, Polaroid International Collection, Moderna Museet, Sweden, Joseph A. Hirschhorn Collection, University Wisconsin, George Washington University, Kuhn Library.

      & Gallery, University Maryland, also private collections.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: travel, writing.


Henry Faul

Dorothy Day (Walkley) Faul