Now You Can Display Iconic Paintings on Samsung The Frame TVs
Forty of the Louvre’s most famous artworks are now accessible via Samsung’s Art Shop
Samsung and Louvre are working together to bring iconic classic artworks to your wall, including the “Mona Lisa” and 39 other paintings. The electronics giant just announced a partnership with the Paris Museum. Now, you can view some of the most iconic paintings at Louvre on The Frame TV.
Samsung The Frame TVs
Since its release in 2017, Samsung has repeatedly emphasized that The Frame is more than just a regular television. Other than watching the all-new MCU movies on the high-definition display, you can now use the Samsung to display high-resolution paintings on your living room’s wall.
By using the art store platform by the company, users can access 4K artworks, including some of the top classics displayed at the Louvre. Indeed, this step by Samsung is a bold one. Yet, it comes with some nice implications.
Not only Louvre, but The Frame will be able to access up to 1500 artworks from different museums worldwide. These include the Tate Modern Museum in London, Prado Museum in Madrid, and the Van Gogh Museum.
Previously, the Louvre paintings collection was not included for display on The Frame. However, Samsung has not added this museum to its collection, hence increasing the number of artworks that enthusiastic art-lovers can access.
Among the 40 paintings at Louvre that are accessible on The Frame TV include the famous Mona Lisa by Leonardo, The Wedding at Cana by Paolo Veronese, and The Coronation of Napoleon by Jacques-Louis David. Before the year ends, Samsung has also promised the release of some exclusive content.
Regarding the new partnership, Samsung stated, “This year, we are proud to join forces with one of the most famous museums in the world, the Louvre, to enhance this collection and offer a taste of French heritage throughout the world.”
Currently, this Samsung TV line are the only TV models in the current line-up supporting both the portrait and landscape modes. And the recent partnership will make it more attractive for the art lovers out there, hence increasing its sales.
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