After the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the Prado Museum in Madrid or YellowKorner, the Samsung The Frame TV Art Store welcomes works from the Louvre in Paris.
A specific product in the Samsung range, The Frame televisions are able to blend into the background to transform into a photo frame (to find out all about Samsung The Frame screens, click on our complete file From flat screen to TV The Frame, in 20 years Samsung has revolutionized the design of televisions). A digital store specific to these models, the Art Store is updated regularly to offer works from the largest museums and galleries.
The word to Guillaume Rault, VP Head of Home Entertainment & Consumer Electronics Division, at Samsung Electronics France“Since the launch of our TV The Frame range in 2017, we have been keen to develop the Art Store platform with prestigious partnerships, increasing from 700 to more than 1,500 works in 2021. Our desire is to offer much more than a television and bring Art to the owners of a TV The Frame. This catalog features works by hundreds of artists, spanning various periods, from ancient art to modern art, said Guillaume Rault, Vice President Head of Home Entertainment & Consumer Electronics Division, at Samsung Electronics France. This year, we are proud to join forces with the Louvre, the most famous of museums, in order to enrich this collection and to show part of this French heritage throughout the world ”.
Yann Le Touher, Deputy Director of Relations with Patrons and Commercial Partners of the Louvre Museum, has the floor
As for the content offered by the Louvre, there are around sixty works and photographs such as La Joconde or Les Noces de Cana, but also photos of the rooms of the Louvre, its architecture and its surroundings. "The Louvre is a place of discovery and emotion, the magnificent setting for masterpieces of art," said Yann Le Touher, Deputy Director of Relations with Patrons and Commercial Partners of the Louvre Museum . Admiring works from its collection every day, such as views of the palace, the rooms and the garden, allows you to remember the extraordinary beauty of this museum ”.