The Gallery of Battles
This luxurious gallery, created by King Louis-Philippe in 1837, runs the entire length of the first floor in the South Wing. The 35 paintings on its walls, including St. Louis at the Battle of Taillebourg by Eugène Delacroix, Henri IV entering Paris by François Gérard and The Battle of Fontenoy by Horace Vernet, illustrate the most important events in the military history of France, from the Battle of Tolbiac (496) to Wagram (1809).
Capacity: 600-800 people for seated meals or stand-up drinks.
Size: 120 m x 13 m.