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From a Royal Museums Of Fine Arts Of Belgium news release:
‘It is the dream of every museum to bring its art as close as possible to the public and to share its passion and knowledge with the world,’ explains Isabelle Vanhoonacker, Managing Director of Public Services at RMFAB. ‘Thanks to The Frame by Samsung, this dream is now coming true.’
The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium (RMFAB) are to make 22 top-class works available on the Samsung Art Store for The Frame. Decorate your living room with the most famous masters from the largest Belgian art collection by making their iconic creations appear on The Frame. This discrete Samsung lifestyle TV can transform into your favourite work of art when switched off, seamlessly integrating into your living room.
Around 1,200 works are already available on The Frame Art Store*, hailing from world-renowned art collections such as the Museo del Prado, the Van Gogh Museum, the Tate, the Albertina and many more. This summer, art lovers can choose from a further 22 masterpieces to add to The Frame, matching their unique TV to their interior design. The RMFAB collection is the largest in Belgium, and the highlights selected for The Frame Art Store span from the 15th century to the modern day.
To read more click on following link: https://www.fine-arts-museum.be/en/press/press-release/show-off-a-bruegel-rubens-or-van-gogh-in