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More like an overgrown gallery space than a museum, it's free and you can comfortably ponder all of its works in an hour.
Its founding collection, a gift from Charles and Emma Frye, is an assortment of 19th- and 20th-century German and Dutch oil paintings—landscapes and portraits fit to hang in a salon. Full review →
This elegant building hosts eclectic and often avant-garde exhibits, putting this museum on par with The Henry in the U-District. Full review →
The collection focuses on late-19th-century and early-20th-century representational art by European and American painters. Full review →
This small museum on First Hill preserves the collection of Charles and Emma Frye. Full review →
Showcases 19C and 20C representational works by American, French and especially German artists. Full review →
The Frye’s intimate, off-the-beaten-path cluster of galleries is quietly extraordinary. Full review →
Charles and Emma Frye, who came to Seattle in 1888, collected 19th- and 20th-century European and American paintings, the basis for this museum Full review →