In impressive Volunteer Park, this station of the Seattle Art Museum houses the broad workmanship assortment of Dr. Richard Fuller, who gave this late–craftsmanship deco exhibition (a fine case of Streamline Moderne engineering) to the city in 1932. Spread more than one story and flawlessly introduced in cleaned up, moderate rooms, the assortment is remarkable for its Japanese hanging look over, some of which date from the 1300s and have been handily reestablished (the rebuilding cycle is definite alongside the craftsmanship).

Additionally of intrigue are the Indian stone models in the lobby and some amazingly complex Chinese bronzes dating from around 1600 BC.

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