The Samsung Frame TV lest you display art and photos when not in use, the device is designed to look like an actual painting and frame when it is not being used.
Samsung has announced that it will now be offering works of art from the State Hermitage Museum on the Frame TV through Samsung’s Art Store.
By May 2020, the Art Store will feature 52 new works of art by world-renowned Russian and European painters. Pieces that will be available through this partnership will include, but are not limited to: “The Church Parade of the Finnish Life Guards Regiment” by Boris Kustodiev, “Poppy Field” by Claude Monet, “Rave te hiti aamu” by Paul Gauguin, “Houses Along a Road” by Paul Cezanne, “Boulevard Montmartre in Paris” by Camille Pissarro, “Lion Hunt in Morocco” by Eugene Delacroix, and “Meetings of Abraham and Melchizedek” by Peter Paul Rubens.
“Samsung is thrilled to provide even more globally renowned works of art in The Frame’s Art Store,” said Jongsuk Choo, Executive Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “The State Hermitage Museum is home to some of the most well-known Russian paintings in the world, and this partnership is another important step forward in helping technology to blend more effortlessly into consumers’ lives.”
You can find out more information about the Samsung Frame TV and the range of new art that will be available on it over at Samsung at the link below.
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