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Missing Masterpieces

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The world’s most
wanted art exhibition

Lost in history and shrouded in secrecy, a gallery of art is hidden from the world. But what if you could see the artworks again? Missing Masterpieces is a world-first exhibition to help find priceless pieces of lost art. Bringing together some of the most famous missing artworks for the first time and showing on The Frame in stunning ultra-high definition.

It’s an exclusive digital collection of rare and treasured masterpieces, with all the mysteries that surrounds stolen art and missing paintings. In the search of each missing masterpiece, what could you uncover from the brilliant minds behind them and the stories around each work of art?

Everyone deserves to see the world’s lost artworks, just as the great masters intended, and now you can on a QLED screen in state of the art in ultra-high definition.

Masterpieces remain a mystery

“Imagine a museum of lost art. It would contain more masterpieces than all the world’s museums combined”
- Dr Noah Charney, Profession of Art History & Art Crime



What would make a piece of art so precious it has been taken 13 times over its 600-year life? From theories, rumours, stories taken to the grave, gifts given by mafia bosses to being fed to pigs, Dr Noah Charney, International Art Crime expert, sheds light on the mysteries that are sometimes greater than the art itself.

A Samsung Frame TV displaying the lost art titled Landscape by József Lampérth Nemes A Samsung Frame TV displaying the lost art titled Landscape by József Lampérth Nemes

Examine missing paintings not visible to the public
In ultra-high definition and on a QLED screen

Find your Frame

Missing Masterpieces
Exhibition

Meet the prized works of art in our digital collection

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Art Mode Art Mode

Missing Masterpieces in
Art Mode

Explore a world-first collection

Visit ‘The World’s Most Wanted Art Exhibition’. Art Mode on the Samsung Frame TV brings you closer than ever to legendary art in this world-first digital collection of missing and treasured artworks by the masters.

A Samsung Frame TV displaying the lost art titled The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen in Spring by Vincent Van Gogh. A Samsung Frame TV displaying the lost art titled The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen in Spring by Vincent Van Gogh.

Piecing the clues together

The search is on, it never stops

According to the FBI, fewer than 10% of stolen artwork is recovered. The most famous missing artworks are often found by having an ear to the ground, and the rumour grapevine.

Like all investigations, any clue, a potential hunch and educated guess can lead to a lead. It’s all about seeing how the dots connect, like finding a painting by numbers.

If you know where it is, send your clues to missingmasterpieces@artcrimeresearch.org

The search is on #MissingMasterpieces

A picture of a map. A circled  X is marked on the map. A picture of a map. A circled  X is marked on the map.

The Frame TV

The world’s lost art reframed

Catch up on the latest series, movie blockbuster or an exhibition of the world’s missing masterpieces with The Frame. Designed to bring to life any work of art on a beautiful QLED screen in stunning ultra-high definition.

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