Samsung’s Art Store for lifestyle TVs got a collection of paintings from the Louvre Museum last month, and the company promised that more content and artwork from the Louvre will be coming to lifestyle TVs such as The Frame this year. Today, Samsung made good on that promise by releasing 24 new masterpieces from the Louvre.
The artworks were selected from the book Belles du Louvre by Vincent Pomarède — the museum’s heritage curator and deputy general administrator. The 24-artwork collection has a general theme of showing how female personalities have influenced the creative works of great artists over generations.
You can check the entire collection in the image gallery below to get an idea of what it’s about, but of course, seeing these artworks on The Frame’s gorgeous 4K QLED screen is different and a much more optimal experience than watching small previews on a smartphone or PC monitor.
As a reminder, Samsung released a new, larger version of The Frame (2021) in France earlier this month, boasting an 85-inch diagonal. It also launched a 65-inch The Serif, and both have access to a rich Art Store collection of more than 1,500 artworks.