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fine art appraiser

Erika Frances Ketelhohn, American fine art appraiser. Grantee (for exhibitions) National Endowment Fine Arts, Touring Grant photographs by Duarte, Gallery 11, Tufts University, 1990; Massachusetts Productions, photographs by Duarte, 1988; Massachusetts Council on the Humanities, New Works grant, Video by Grahame Weinbren, 1991; National Endowment Fine Arts, installation by Ping Chong, 1991.


Ketelhohn, Erika Frances was born on March 16, 1950 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Joachim Heinrich Martin and Frances (Ayres) Ketelhohn.


Bachelor of Fine Arts, High School Music & Art, New York City, 1968. Master of Fine Arts, University Massachusetts, 1977. Master of Arts, Tufts, University, 1986.


Art dealer drawing department, Childs Gallery, Boston, 1981-1983;curatorial assistant to curator drawings Konrad Oberhuber, Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1983-1985;curator, acting director, Gallery Eleven, Tufts U., Medford, Massachusetts, 1986-1990;fine art appraiser, Nancy Smith Appraisal Associations, Brookline Village, Massachusetts, 1991-1992. Art appraiser Childs Gallery, Boston, 1981-1983.


  • Avocations: ballet, technical rock climbing, skiing, distance swimming.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: ballet, technical rock climbing, skiing, distance swimming.


Married Andrew May, August 3, 1970 (divorced 1975). Married Dean Jonathan Askin, June 14, 1987. Children: Lindsey Arielle, Kristen Alexis.

Joachim Heinrich Martin Ketelhohn

Frances (Ayres) Ketelhohn

Andrew May

Dean Jonathan Askin

Lindsey Arielle Ketelhohn

Kristen Alexis Ketelhohn