Bresler Eitel Framing Gallery


525 W Walnut St
Milwaukee, WI 53212

(414) 374-7777
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I am extremely pleased with my framing project that I took to Bresler Eitel. The artwork turned out absolutely fabulous! The staff was extremely friendly, creative and very help...


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The BEST Picture Framing experience in town!!!! 9/26/2006

I am extremely pleased with my framing project that I took to Bresler Eitel. The artwork turned out absolutely fabulous! The staff was extremely friendly, creative and very helpful. The pricing was competitive with other frame shops that I've visited, and there was a HUGE selection of mouldings to choose from. When I picked the artwork up, they even carried it to my car. Thank you for doing such a wonderful job! Pros: Convenient parking near entry, great customer service, superb quality more
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Serving the Art Community Since 1881

Owner Message
  • * In 1882 Frank Durbin and Phillip Poposkey Opened An Art Gallery, Located at 729 North Milwaukee Street, in Downtown Milwaukee This Classic Building, Which Contains a Majestic Spiral Staircase and Print Drawers Built into the Walls, Still Stands. In the Time that These Two Gentlemen Ran the Gallery, They Had the Opportunity to Add Rare Prints and Paintings From Frederick Layton's Personal Collection - Both Men Retired in 1889. At that Time They Relinquished Control of the Business to a Manitowoc Native by the Name of Frank H. Bresler, Who Logically Renamed the Gallery the F.H. Bresler Gallery * The F.H. Bresler Gallery Quickly Became the Premier Place for Milwaukeeans to Buy Original Art. This Was Due in No Small Part to the Fact that the Bresler Family Made Many Art Buying Trips to Europe to Enhance the Gallery Inventory. Frank Bresler Died in 1931, and His Daughter Gertrude Took Over the Family Business. She Maintained Control of the Business Until 1955, When She Made th e Decision to Sell the Family Business to John Seidel * John Seidel Continued to Run the Business in Much the Same Way As the Bresler Family Had, by Concentrating on Keeping Museum Quality, High-art Objects Available to His Clientele; However, Eventually His Interests Had Turned More to the Appraisal of Art and Less to the Actual Selling of Art. In 1968 He Made the Decision to Sell the Business to the T.C. Esser Company, a Local Paint Company Located in the 3100 Block of West Gallina St. ASSOCIATION Wisconsin Aids Fund Milwaukee Foundation. Custom Designed Framing * Over 1200 in Stock Quality Wood & Metal Mouldings * Decorative and Conservation Matting * Hand Wrapped Fabric & French Decoration Mats * Museum Quality Mounting Custom Made Picture Frames * Finished Corners * Gold Leaf * Lacquers * Welded Metal Custom Designed Plexiglas Boxes * Memorabilia Collages * Valuable Artifacts * Public Displays Custom Framed Mirrors * A Wide Selection of Mirror & Frame Styles,Shapes,Sizes,Tints & Finishes are Available to Purchase Conservation & Restoration * Repair of Vintage and Contemporary Frames * Gold Leaf,Wood & Plaster Carving * Cleaning & Deacidification of Art on Paper and Canvas * Structural and Cosmetic Repairs of 3 D Objects Art Advisory Services * Staff Art Consultant * Decorative Artwork for Residential and Commercial Projects * Original Artwork by Regional and International Artists * Posters * Prints * Paintings * Sculptures Art Resource Room * View a Wide Selection of Custom Framed Art Works Depicting Varied Images,Matting Designs and Frame Mouldings. Our Art Library Allows for Browsing Through Catalogs,Slides and Unframed Works of Art Paintings ? Prints ? Posters - Sculptures * Antique Prints - Book Plates ? maps * Contemporary Fine Art Publications * Reproductions of Vintage Posters * Etchings ? Restikes * Lithographs Canvas Transfers * Sculptures - Glass Objects

Additional information
  • Hours: Hours Weekdays: 8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Saturdays: 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
  • Neighborhoods: Haymarket