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Frye Art Museum, Seattle

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
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  • I decided to check this place out because it was cold and raining and I wanted to be indoors for awhile...and, well, it's FREE. I understand that I can't REALLY complain since it IS free, but I will s...  read more »
  • Quiet, pleasant and intimate building with local and international artists. Curation is erratic, but usually excellent. 
  • Revelatory introduction to the life and work of this Danish artist who died in 1914 after success in Denmark and in Europe. Muted colors, simple interiors, some affecting portraits of other artists, h...  read more »
  • A hidden gem! The Frye is FREE. The exhibits are GREAT and constantly changing. The entire museum is quite small - even just 1/2 hour would be enough, but you could do more. I keep going back and enjoy every visit
  • I just arrived Hotel from there. Frankly it is a small but fine museum for classic painting lover. I liked the way of there display the paintings and discription book aside, I also enjoyed the tiny garden cafe area. Unfortunately, however, my great feeling just broken with a lady in museum store. I don't really understand that why she was so rude to me. l feel almost racial discrimination I've got. I should say something to her or her manager but I was so embarrsed in that time . Someone in Frye Art Museum, Please do something.
  • This quaint museum has a beautiful gallery as well as incredible exhibitions. This is definitely a museum to check out. Not to mention its free!
  • A free museum with a small collection. There seem to be traveling exhibits at certain times of the year. It's German art in the late 1800's and early 1900's that didn't see the changing times of modern art and stuck to more traditional salon style pieces. These are of a style of painting I admire but there is a lack of information readily available.
  • You really can't beat this free museum. The free tours are also detailed and intelligent.
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