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Casa Museo Boschi di Stefano, Milan

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  • An emotion behind the other in the most beautiful Gem in Milan. The variety and richness of masterpieces that, anywhere else in the world would have an important entrance Ticket, here is Free.
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  • We were very kindly received and instructed. Admission was free and that you can make a donation at the end. The images are sometimes brilliant, but they needed a slight refresh as well as the apartment. The furniture is mostly not original and were probably bought by curators, who had no idea of style and proportions. The many Sironi paintings in a room among other things but really are a special treat. 45 minutes are enough.
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  • Only a few steps from the busy Corso Buenos Aires in Milan, visited by countless tourists and shopaholics Designer is a House Museum that is not even known to the inhabitants of the neighborhood much less marked by tourist signs. This is the casa-museo Boschi-Di Stefano, via Giorgio Jan, 15. Already the apartment itself, presents a certain architectural interest, because spaces and the original furnishings were treated by the architect But Parkes, who also designed the villa Necchi-Cabs. The imprint of the architect is very strong and the scenic impact decided (just think of the sdi game spaces that was created between the inside and the outside terrace). The collection collects paintings, sculptures and art objects of great artistic value, representing a uniform period of Italian art (mostly works from 1910 to the 1960s). There are works by, among others, Manzù, De Pisis, Boccioni, Morandi, De Chirico, Savinio, Manzoni until Fountain and Sironi. The extraordinary thing, also, is that the House-Museum opens its doors for FREE to the public Tuesday through Sunday from 10 to 18, thanks to the efforts of the volunteers of the Italian Club, which offers guided Turing and richly commented upon the House-Museum. It is not clear that there is a turnout worthy of this crazy picture gallery! Who goes to Milan for a cultural tour should insert it as a milestone.
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  • Stunning italian art works of 19th century, from a private collection , exposed in their wonderful apartment. Architecture by Caccialupi. Two of the best Fontana cuts are to be seen . Free entrance.
  • Free admission. This bright and charming apartment houses an impressive collection of Italian 20th C. paintings, objets d'art and furniture, including works by Giorgio de Chirico, Piero Manzoni, and Lucio Fontana. The building itself was designed by Piero Portaluppi, probably Milan's most famous architect. Comprising only about 10% of this couple's collection, the works unfortunately do not rotate, and the city of Milan has the rest in storage. The Touring Club Italia holds occasional small concerts and other events there.
  • Nice place for fans
  • There is so much that I recommend to go back more than once, with free admission. This will allow you to see even less visible objects and, above all, the pieces of furniture.
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  • A Museum of wonders: works of artists of the ' 900 (an entire room dedicated to Fontana) exposed to an apartment with furniture from 30 to 50 years. A huge thank you to the volunteers who provide the opening. Free admission.
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