Ella Fry (née Robinson) (1916-1997) was an artist, musician, and chairperson of the Western Australian Art Gallery, in Perth, Western Australia from 1976 to 1986.
In 1940, returned to Brisbane, where she worked as an artist and a pianist (recitals with the ABC and concert performances). From 1943 she taught music and art at the Tamworth Church of England Girl's School.
In the early 1950s, she and her husband lived in Dalkeith, but they moved to Boya in the hills east of Perth in later years. In August 1951 her work was featured in an exhibition at the Claude Hotchin Galleries in Perth, and she had a one-woman exhibition at the Skinner Galleries, Perth, in 1960.
In 1984, her book Gallery Images was published 
She died in 1997.
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- Art Gallery of Western Australia; Fry, Ella, 1916-1997; Art Gallery of Western Australia (1984), Gallery images, St. George Books in association with the Art Gallery of Western Australia, ISBN 978-0-86778-022-2
- Ella Fry : 1st - 22nd May, 1994, 1994, retrieved 2 May 2012
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