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For art aficionados, Museo Del Novecento is a welcoming change as it highlights artistic expressions of the 20th Century till date. You will find masterpieces by Italian masters, renowned world artists and established local artists in its themed rooms. Set inside the Palazzo dell’Arengario with its grand staircase being the focal point to all the levels, you will find each area celebrating Italian art which includes varying forms such as surrealism, abstract and spatialism as well as sculptures. Besides its permanent collection of 400 works, it also hosts temporary exhibits, concerts and educational events.
Housed within the historic Biblioteca Ambrosiana, the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana was formed in 1618 following Cardinal Federico Borromeo's generous donation of artworks. The collection included a total of 172 paintings that can be traced back to the 17th, 18th and early twentieth centuries, with significant artworks such as The Musician by Leonardo, The Basket of Fruit by Caravaggio and the Vases of Flowers by Jan Brueghel. There are also several paintings that can be sourced to Venetian, Flemish and Lombardian schools of art, besides a few bronze and marble sculptures as well.
One of the finest museums in the continent for its exquisite collection of 19th-century fine art, Museo Poldi Pezzoli has been delighting art connoisseurs since the late 19th Century. Get amazed by the masterpieces of artists like Giovanni Bellini, Guardi and Pollaiolo. Impeccable collections in the form of tapestries, porcelain, jewelry and glassware are also worth a look.
Located in downtown Milan, the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum expresses the taste and lifestyle of a wealthy, cultured, aristocratic Milanese family at the end of the 19th century, and is one of Europe's most important historic house museums. Here, the precious permanent collections of 15th and 16th-century Italian art and decorative arts, assembled by the Bagatti Valsecchi brothers during the second half of the 19th century, are found in their original positions. Because of this, the museum not only offers Italian Renaissance art, but also presents an authentic "magic window" onto Milan's aristocratic past, fascinating to many kinds of visitors.
La pinacothèque de Brera est située dans le célèbre Palazzo di Brera de style baroque milanais, construit en 1615 par Francesco Maria Richini. Cette galerie fut fondée en 1776, et abrite des œuvres importantes de maîtres italiens et étrangers allant de 1400 à 1900. Vous y verrez notamment des peintures de Vincenzo Foppa, Lorenzo Lotto, Paolo Veronese, Tintoretto, Giovanni Bellini, Andrea Mantegna, Tiziano, Correggio, Bramante, Gentile da Fabriano, Piero della Francesca, Caravaggio, Rubens et Hayez. Il s’agit également de la résidence permanente des œuvres Le Mariage de la Vierge de Raphaël, La Lamentation sur le Christ mort d’Andrea Mantegna, La Conversation sacrée de Piero della Francesca et Retable de Santa Maria à Porto d’Ercole Dè Roberti. Proposant des visites guidées, la pinacothèque abrite aussi une librairie et une cafétéria.
The Museum occupies the antique rooms of the Rectory annexed to the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. On the inside back walls, Leonardo da Vinci painted, from 1495 to 1497, the famous Last Supper. The painting technique used by the artist as well as environmental conditions, have made the work very difficult to conserve. It has recently been re-opened after a very long, delicate and controversial restoration.