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Samsung’s Frame TV Art Store gains 38 new paintings from the Thyssen Museum

By Ng Chong Seng - on 13 May 2020, 10:28am

Samsung’s Frame TV Art Store gains 38 new paintings from the Thyssen Museum

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Here’s a PSA for those who’ve one of Samsung’s The Frame TVs: the company has just added 38 new art pieces from the Thyssen Museum in Spain to its Art Store.

An addition to the six that are in an existing collection available on the store since Oct 2019, The Frame now offers 44 art pieces from the Thyssen Museum. All these art pieces can be had with a single optional purchase or a S$6.99/month subscription. With a subscription, you’ll also get access to over 1,200 pieces of art by prestigious artists, galleries and museums from all over the world.


Some of the highlights of this collection are key pieces of art in Post-impressionism such as The Stevedores in Arles by Vincent van Gogh or Bottle, Carafe, Jug and Lemons by Paul Cézanne. Artistic movements such as German Expressionism are also covered. Woman on a Divan, by August Macke, stands out, and so do several pieces by the Italian landscape painter, Canaletto. The collection also incorporates one of Picasso’s disciples and master of Spanish Cubism, Juan Gris, and his work, The Smoker, in addition to the remarkable female artist, Lyubov Popova, and her masterpiece Painterly Architectonic (Still Life: Instruments), known for its reference to Constructivism.

Samsung's The Frame QLED 4K TVs are now available at a starting price of S$3,499 (55-inch).

Source: Samsung.

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