|Faber, Eugene James|
|Facklam, Maximilian Rainer|
|Falconer, John Mackie|
Falkenstein's major contribution to sculpture occurred in 1954, when, while working in Rome, she discovered a means of facing metal and glass.
|Falls, Charles Buckles|
Josephus Farmer began his public mission as an itinerant evangelical minister in St. Louis, where he received his "calling from God" in 1922.
|Farny, Henry F.||
Painter, illustrator. Farny was attracted to Indians as a boy in Warren, Pennsylvania, his family's first residence in America after leaving France in 1853.
|Farr, Charles Griffin|
|Farrer, Thomas Charles|
George Farris was a furniture maker who was always whittling. He lived in an area between Guthrie and Carrington, Missouri, His ethnic origin is unknown. He carved wood chests and other works, often embellished with knickknacks such as fans, shoes, or old Bibles.
Ralph Fasanella celebrated the common man and tackled complex issues of postwar America in colorful, socially-minded paintings. Fasanella was born in the Bronx and grew up in the working-class neighborhoods of New York.