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The Frye Art Museum showcases paintings and sculpture from the 19th century to the present day, built around the private collection bequeathed by Charles and Emma Frye.
The Frye Art Museum showcases paintings and sculpture from the 19th century to the present day, built around the private collection bequeathed by Charles and Emma Frye. Highlights include Eugene-Louis Boudin's Dordrecht, The Cathedral, William Bouguereau's Flight of Love, Felix Ziem's The Bucentaur Leaving the Palace of the Doges, Venice, Franz Stuck's Judgment of Paris, Fritz von Uhde's Das Bilderbuch (Picture Book), and Hermann Corrodi's Venice.
704 Terry Avenue, Seattle, WA, United States
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