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Peggy P.C. Chang
Peggy P.C. Chang • 2 years ago

Dufy’s huge mural ‘La Fée Electricité’ or ‘The Electricity Fairy‘, 1937 at the Musée d’Art Moderne in Paris, said to be the largest painting in the world

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Instead, there is La Fee Electricite, one of the largest frescoes ever created on commission from the Paris Electric Company to illustrate the 'House of Electricity' for the Paris International Exposition of 1937.

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