Two dozen masterpieces from the Tretyakov Gallery became available for free to users of Samsung

Samsung Electronics and the Tretyakov Gallery announced the replenishment of the Art Store application collection for Samsung The Frame interior TVs. From August 24, 2021, to January 31, 2022, The Frame users can download 20 masterpieces from the collection of the main museum of Russian national art for free.

Among them - "Heroes" by Viktor Vasnetsov (1881-1898), "Birch Grove" by Arkhip Kuindzhi (1879), "Kanchenjunga" by Nicholas Roerich (1931), "Rainbow" by Ivan Aivazovsky (1873), and other famous masterpieces of painting.

Samsung reminds us that the first works from Russian museums appeared in the "Art Store" back in 2019. Then the collection included 52 works from the collection of the State Hermitage, including Boris Kustodiev's Church Parade of the Life Guards of the Finland Regiment, Field of Poppies by Claude Monet, Idol by Paul Gauguin, Houses along the Road by Paul Cézanne, Boulevard Montmartre in Paris »Camille Pissarro.

All in all, the collection available to users of The Frame contains more than 1400 paintings and photographs by various artists. They are displayed on a 4K screen when the TV is not used to watch the video.

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