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  • Claude Monet The Water Lily Pond (c. 1917-19)
  • Egon Schiele Self-Portrait with Eyelid Pulled Down (1910)
  • Alexei Jawlensky Young Girl with a Flowered Hat (1910)
  • Pierre-Auguste Renoir Portrait of a Young Girl (Elisabeth Maître) (1879)
  • Paul Cézanne Farm in Normandy (c. 1885-86)
  • Wassilij Wassiljewitsch Kandinsky Study for a Landscape (Dünaberg) (1910)
  • August Macke Colored Composition of Forms (1914)
  • Paul Signac Venice, The Pink Cloud (1909)
Claude Monet The Water Lily Pond (c. 1917-19)
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  • Claire Desjardins Day Trip (2017)
  • Dean West SK3 - Limited Edition #25 of 25 (2015)
  • Thomas Rosenthal Einstein 4 (2013)
  • Cécile van Hanja Lost in Paradise (2017)
  • Harry Moody Art sketch with a view 5/6 (#149) (2016)
  • Martina Biccheri MonoMan (2015)
  • Guy Sargent The Gondola, Venice (1999)
  • Sandy Dooley Painting for Mary (2015)
  • Poonam Choudhary Red Roofs (2016)
Claire Desjardins Day Trip (2017)
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  • René Burri São Paulo, Brazil (1960)
  • Stuart Franklin Penguins, Antartica (1990)
  • Thomas Hoepker White Sands, New Mexico (1990)
  • Werner Bischof Streetscene, New York (1953)
  • Abbas, Rice, Mazandaran (2001)
  • Bruno Barbey Shrine, Meknes (1985)
  • Burt Glinn Nuns, Cattolica (1958)
  • Moises Saman Tree, Guinea (2013)
  • Bruno Barbey Amazon, Brazil (1966)
René Burri São Paulo, Brazil (1960)
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  • Hieronymus Bosch The Garden of Earthly Delights Triptych (central panel). Detail (1490-1500)
  • Martín Rico y Ortega The “Riva degli Schiavoni” in Venice. Detail (1873)
  • Parmigianino aka Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola Pietro Maria Rossi, Count of San Secondo. Detail (1535-1538)
  • Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez View of the Gardens of the Villa Medici, Rome. Detail (1630)
  • Miguel de Pret (Attributed to) Two Bunches of Grapes with a Fly. Detail (1630-1644)
  • Hans Baldung Grien Harmony (The Three Graces?). Detail (1541-1544)
  • Francisco de Goya y Lucientes Disparate 13: A Way of Flying. Detail (1815-1816)
  • Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo The Painter’s Children in the Japanese Room. Detail (1874)
  • Juan van der Hamen Still Life with Artichokes, Flowers and Glass Vessels. Detail (1627)
Hieronymus Bosch The Garden of Earthly Delights Triptych (central panel) (1490-1500)
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  • Beatrice Hug Purple Heart (2010)
  • Horst Klemm Serengeti Elephants, Tanzania (2010)
  • Werner Pawlok Solar Aguiar IV (2014)
  • Léo Caillard House VI (2012)
  • Holger Lippmann Tree I (2011)
  • Rafael Neff Bibliothèque nationale de France (2014)
  • Guy Diehl Still Life with Yves Klein Blue (2007)
  • Heiko Hellwig Butterfly III (2015)
  • Bence Bakonyi Floating No.III (2013)
Beatrice Hug Purple Heart (2010)
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  • Assume Vivid Astro Focus Always Verbally Allowing Freedom (2004)
  • Serge Hamad Beach 37 (2016)
  • Alice Quaresma Ocean Traces (2017)
  • Kevin Tachman Roberto Cavalli (2016)
  • Alberto Gonzalez Vivo Circulos opticos en colores ran (2017)
  • Emily Hoerdemann Photo Intersection 12-1 (2017)
  • Marcel Ceuppens Pink Landscape (2015)
  • Drew Doggett Spirit of the Camargue (2016)
  • Andy DuCett January Moments (2005)
Assume Vivid Astro Focus Always Verbally Allowing Freedom (2004)
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  • Brian Alfred Splish (2017)
  • Sougwen Chung Fault Lines (Topographies_Op6-No1) (2017)
  • FIELD HK Night Street Corner (2017)
  • Desmond Leung Three Souls on the Shore #3 (2014-2017)
  • Desmond Leung Portal #2 (2014-2017)
  • Universal Everything Presence 4.1 (2013)
  • Sougwen Chung Horizons (Topographies_ Op6-No4) (2017)
  • Universal Everything Presence 3 (2013)
  • Alex McLeod Secret Palm Forest (2017)
Brian Alfred Splish (2017)

ALBERTINA

The ALBERTINA numbers among Austria’s leading art museums. With permanent loan of the Batliner Collection, the holdings of the ALBERTINA came to include one of Europe’s largest and most important private collections of classical modernist paintings. The Batliner Collection forms the core of the museum’s permanent exhibit with around 500 works that span an arc covering the most fascinating chapters from 130 years of art history, from French Impressionism to the present.

  • Claude Monet, The Water Lily Pond (c. 1917-19)
  • Egon Schiele, Self-Portrait with Eyelid Pulled Down (1910)
  • Alexei Jawlensky, Young Girl with a Flowered Hat (1910)
  • Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Portrait of a Young Girl (Elisabeth Maître) (1879)
  • Paul Cézanne, Farm in Normandy (c. 1885-86)
  • Wassilij Wassiljewitsch Kandinsky, Study for a Landscape (Dünaberg) (1910)
  • August Macke, Colored Composition of Forms (1914)
  • Paul Signac, Venice, The Pink Cloud (1909)

SAATCHI ART

At Saatchi Art, we represent thousands of extraordinary artists from all over the world and help people who love art discover their works. We’ve taken the best parts of the Internet and combined them with the invaluable aspects of an art gallery. The result is a one-of-a-kind experience that gives you access to an unparalleled selection of original art, curatorial vigor and world-class customer service. We are very proud to have delivered works by artists in 100 countries to art lovers in over 80 countries this past year, and we hope you enjoy discovering our curated selection on The Frame.

  • Claire Desjardins, Day Trip (2017)
  • Dean West, SK3 - Limited Edition #25 of 25 (2015)
  • Thomas Rosenthal, Einstein 4 (2013)
  • Cécile van Hanja, Lost in Paradise (2017)
  • Harry Moody, Art sketch with a view 5/6 (#149) (2016)
  • Martina Biccheri, MonoMan (2015)
  • Guy Sargent, The Gondola, Venice (1999)
  • Sandy Dooley, Painting for Mary (2015)
  • Poonam Choudhary, Red Roofs (2016)

MAGNUM

One of the most prestigious and influential photography agencies, MAGNUM PHOTOS is an artist’s cooperative of great diversity and distinction, owned by its photographer members. MAGNUM photography has a journalistic focus, typically documenting social issues and major world events. Maintaining its founding ideals and idiosyncratic mix of journalists, artists and storytellers, MAGNUM PHOTOS represents some of the world’s most renowned photographers.

  • René Burri, São Paulo, Brazil (1960)
  • Stuart Franklin, Penguins, Antartica (1990)
  • Thomas Hoepker, White Sands, New Mexico (1990)
  • Werner Bischof, Streetscene, New York (1953)
  • Abbas, Rice, Mazandaran (2001)
  • Bruno Barbey, Shrine, Meknes (1985)
  • Burt Glinn, Nuns, Cattolica (1958)
  • Moises Saman, Tree, Guinea (2013)
  • Bruno Barbey, Amazon, Brazil (1966)

MUSEO DEL PRADO COLLECTION

Museo del Prado is considered by many to have the greatest collection of paintings in the world. From the time of its foundation in 1819, the museum attracted to Madrid the most refined and sensitive art lovers. Within the history of royal collecting from the 15th century we find a unique concentration of masterpieces by some of the most outstanding personalities of Western Art. Names such as Velázquez, Goya, Bosch, Titian, Tintoretto, El Greco and Rubens are gathered in the Prado, making it an exceptional museum of artists. With this Museo del Prado Collection, a new experience begins, offering an updated view of its masterpieces.

  • Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights Triptych (central panel). Detail (1490-1500)
  • Martín Rico y Ortega, The “Riva degli Schiavoni” in Venice. Detail (1873)
  • Parmigianino aka Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola, Pietro Maria Rossi, Count of San Secondo. Detail (1535-1538)
  • Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez, View of the Gardens of the Villa Medici, Rome. Detail (1630)
  • Miguel de Pret (Attributed to), Two Bunches of Grapes with a Fly. Detail (1630-1644)
  • Hans Baldung Grien, Harmony (The Three Graces?). Detail (1541-1544)
  • Francisco de Goya y Lucientes, Disparate 13: A Way of Flying. Detail (1815-1816)
  • Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo, The Painter’s Children in the Japanese Room. Detail (1874)
  • Juan van der Hamen, Still Life with Artichokes, Flowers and Glass Vessels. Detail (1627)

LUMAS

LUMAS is a major gallery in photography and art editions, founded in Berlin in 2004 by two art collectors who turned their passion into a profession. Their goal: to make high-quality editions more accessible to new collectors and a wide audience of art enthusiasts. LUMAS offers hand-signed originals in limited editions of 75-150 online and in over 40 galleries worldwide with locations such as Berlin, Paris, New York, London and Dubai. The LUMAS portfolio contains more than 3,000 works by 250 established artists and promising newcomers, delivering a comprehensive look into the contemporary art and photography scene.

  • Beatrice Hug, Purple Heart (2010)
  • Horst Klemm, Serengeti Elephants, Tanzania (2010)
  • Werner Pawlok, Solar Aguiar IV (2014)
  • Léo Caillard, House VI (2012)
  • Holger Lippmann, Tree I (2011)
  • Rafael Neff, Bibliothèque nationale de France (2014)
  • Guy Diehl, Still Life with Yves Klein Blue (2007)
  • Heiko Hellwig, Butterfly III (2015)
  • Bence Bakonyi, Floating No.III (2013)

Artspace

The leading online marketplace for contemporary art, Artspace works to bring more art into people’s lives while helping artists and the institutions that support them reach broader audiences. By partnering with hundreds of prestigious galleries and nonprofits, Artspace offers established and aspiring collectors the opportunity to discover and learn about art.

  • Assume Vivid Astro Focus, Always Verbally Allowing Freedom (2004)
  • Serge Hamad, Beach 37 (2016)
  • Alice Quaresma, Ocean Traces (2017)
  • Kevin Tachman, Roberto Cavalli (2016)
  • Alberto Gonzalez Vivo, Circulos opticos en colores ran (2017)
  • Emily Hoerdemann, Photo Intersection 12-1 (2017)
  • Marcel Ceuppens, Pink Landscape (2015)
  • Drew Doggett, Spirit of the Camargue (2016)
  • Andy DuCett, January Moments (2005)

s edition

We are an innovative online platform for artists to sell their work as digital limited editions for display on screens. We work directly with some of the world’s most renowned contemporary and digital artists, presenting artworks that can be elegantly displayed on your TV in your home. Founded in 2011 by art dealer Harry Blain in London, Sedition introduces a marketplace for the collection and trade of art in the digital age. Join a community of artists and art collectors to discover a new world of digital art with Sedition.

  • Brian Alfred, Splish (2017)
  • Sougwen Chung, Fault Lines (Topographies_Op6-No1) (2017)
  • FIELD, HK Night Street Corner (2017)
  • Desmond Leung, Three Souls on the Shore #3 (2014-2017)
  • Desmond Leung, Portal #2 (2014-2017)
  • Universal Everything, Presence 4.1 (2013)
  • Sougwen Chung, Horizons (Topographies_ Op6-No4) (2017)
  • Universal Everything, Presence 3 (2013)
  • Alex McLeod, Secret Palm Forest (2017)

The Frame X ALBERTINA

What happens when you exchange a famous painting in a prestigious art museum with the new Samsung Frame TV?

 
The video of The Frame and Albertina collaboration event.

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