Illuminating the frescoes in Foujita Chapelle in Reims, France
The frescoes in Foujita Chapelle in Reims, France was painted by the famous Japanese artist, Mr. Tsuguharu Foujita in 1966, and Foujita Chapelle was listed as an historic monument of France in 1966.
Okamura donated high quality LED light and lighting equipment to the city of Reims in 2013 with our respect of the principles of heritage conservation.
Okamura was successful to show Foujita’s initial color with high quality LED light and the light without UV is not damaging Foujita’s art work.
At the same time, Okamura reduced energy consumption by 90% with same light Output.
About Foujita Chapelle
The chapelle of Our Lady Queen of Peace, or Foujita Chapelle, was constructed at Reims, France in 1966, when Foujita (1886-1968) was 80 years old of his age.
Construction of the chapelle begun under the architect, Maurice Clauzier in 1965. The stained glass windows were glazed by Charles Marq and the iron-works and sculptures were crafted by Maxime Chiquet and the Andre brothers.
From June to August in 1966, Foujita, at the age of 80, filled the very chapel-wall with his paintings and decorations in very acurately calclated way.
The chapelle was dedicated to Our Lady Queen of Peace, and consecrated to France on October 18th in 1966.
In 1992, the Foujita Chapel was listed as an historic monument in France.
Specification of the product
■ Specification ■ Specification
Power Consumption: 10.5W(@240V) Power Consumption: 10.5W(@240V)
Input Voltage: 220-240VAC(50/60Hz) Input Voltage: 220-240VAC(50/60Hz)
Luminous: 530lm Luminous: 525lm
CCT: 3000K CCT: 3000K
CRI: 92 CRI: 92
Weight: 0.2kg Weight: 0.2kg
Lifetime: 40000 hours Lifetime: 40000 hours
E27 Base E27 Base
PAR 20 PAR 20