The Art of Beverly Erschell

The Art of Beverly Erschell by Sue Ann Painter

We at Fabulous Frames & Art are extremely proud to announce the release of The Art of Beverly Erschell, a book about the life and work of one of our best-selling Cincinnati artists! Bev Erschell is locally renowned for her expressive scenes of landmarks like The Ascent, Tyler Davidson Fountain, and Krohn Conservatory, among other Cincinnati subjects.


This beautiful 96-page book, available in hardcover and paperback, chronicles Erschell’s career from her Northern Kentucky upbringing, through her studies in art school and early travel through Europe, all the way to the present day. Art historian Sue Ann Painter’s narrative traces Beverly’s influences and milestones along with many, many examples of Beverly’s work, beautifully reproduced in vivid color.

Beverly Erschell is a nationally known painter whose work is in galleries and collections throughout the United States. The Northern Kentucky resident is one of the most highly regarded painters in Greater Cincinnati, where she was trained and taught at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and University of Cincinnati. The Art of Beverly Erschell, published by Cincinnati Book Publishers, brings together representative examples of the artist s paintings and works on paper over four decades.

Sue Ann Painter, an art and architectural historian, is the author. She draws upon interviews with Aaron Betsky and Phillip Long. Cincinnati painter and graphic artist Mark Eberhard designed the book, which was printed in full color on acid-free paper by Wendling Printing Co., Newport Kentucky. The book is organized thematically, with chapters highlighting Erschell’s portraits, travels in Europe and the United States, and energetic cityscapes of Greater Cincinnati.

Below is a sampling of Bev Erschell’s limited-edition prints that are carried by Fabulous Frames & Art:

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2 thoughts on “The Art of Beverly Erschell

  1. I bought Beverly Erschell’s “The Opening” a long time ago. It is an acrylic 9inches by 12 inches. I paid $800 at a gallery in DC. Can you tell me what it is worth now? Thank you, Kathy Jenkins

  2. Pingback: Beverly Erschell’s Cityscapes at Cincinnati Art Galleries « Fabulous Frames & Art Blog

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