Samsung partners with the Met to turn your home into a museum

There's nothing better than strolling through the Metropolitan Museum of Art on a rainy day. But if you own a Samsung Frame TV, you don't have to wait for the perfect day to enjoy the works of Van Gogh, Seurat and more. The tech company has teamed up with the Metropolitan Museum of Art to bring some of its most eye-catching artworks to the Samsung Art Store, meaning you can turn your home into an art gallery at any time.

Transform your space with some of history's most iconic artworks at the push of a button. Through the partnership announced on September 15, Samsung Frame TV users will have the opportunity to view 38 pieces of art from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Featured options span the museum's multiple curatorial departments, including the American Wing, European Painting, Asian Art, Islamic Art, and Egyptian Art. From classic paintings like Vincent van Gogh's "Sunflowers" and Edgar Degas ' "Ballet Rehearsal on the Stage ," to unique artifacts like the Egyptian wedjat eye amulet, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Since TV screens are 4K, you can finally get up close and personal with high-resolution reproductions to study all the impressive brushstrokes and stunning techniques.

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IYDK, the Frame TV has a matte display, so you don't have to worry about light reflecting off the centerpiece of your gallery wall when the device isn't on. You can also adjust the screen's brightness to blend in with the rest of your art collection, giving your living room a museum-like feel.

Just because your home doesn't look like a fine art museum, doesn't mean the art doesn't fit into your home decor aesthetic. If you like filling your spaces with color and maximalism, Paul Cézanne’s Still Life with Apples and a Pot of Primroses is certainly for you. If you're a fan of mid-century modern style, the moody tones of Georges Seurat's "Le Cirque du Cirque " are sure to please you. Perfectly blends with your stylish and minimalist furniture. If your walls are adorned with an eclectic mix of vintage pieces, Hokusai 's Under The Mannen Bridge in Fukagawa might be right up your alley.

A curated selection of works can be found exclusively on Frame TV, a Samsung Art Store subscription for $7 per month, alongside artists as diverse as Sandro Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Sicknick Smith and many more 's other works.