Samsung The Frame offers over 1200 famous paintings for a nominal price

Samsung has shown its dedication to the world of art and culture by adding 38 new paintings from the Thyssen Museum in Spain to its Art Store. The paintings supplemented the already existing collection, available since October last year and consisting of six iconic works by impressionist artists. They are designed for Samsung The Frame TVs and are available for both a one-time purchase and a monthly subscription. The Frame series TVs show these pictures when they are turned off.

Some of the collection's key pieces are: Stevedores at Arles by Vincent Van Gogh; "Bottle, Decanter, Jug and Lemons" by Paul Cézanne; "Woman on the Sofa" by August Macke, as well as several works by the Italian landscape painter Canaletto. The collection includes one of Picasso's pupils and Spanish Cubist master Juan Gris and his work "The Smoker", as well as the wonderful artist Lyubov Popova and her masterpiece Painterly Architectonic.

This is the third collection of the Spanish art gallery to be part of an agreement with Samsung The Frame. Through the collection of the Thyssen Museum, the Samsung Art Store currently offers over 1200 art and photographs from museums and galleries around the world, such as the Prado Museum in Madrid, the Albertina Museum in Vienna, Tate Modern in London, Uffizi Gallery in Florence. Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Magnum Photos and LUMAS.