Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris

Room Dufy The Electricity Fairy

Created for the 1937 Universal Exhibition, The Electricity Fairy, painted by Raoul Dufy, consists of 250 panels (200 x 120 cm) that cover a 600 m2 U-shaped wall. Under the eyes of the Olympian gods, it describes the history of electricity through two main themes, from the earliest observations in Archimedes’ time to the most modern technical achievements.

View of the Room Dufy

Surface area and hosting capacity:

around 190 m2

reception for up to 80, dinner for up to 50