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Fondazione Boschi di Stefano, Milan

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  • Truly a gem this museum which is housed in a beautiful building behind Corso Buenos Aires. The House is well kept, the collection is interesting as well as beautiful period furniture. Plastic sheets that show names and titles of works (it would be interesting to some explanations in addition to the main works). Very helpful staff. Free of charge.
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  • This House Museum houses the accumulated collection with great intelligence and sensitivity by a pair of Milanese of middle class that he wanted to leave the city of Milan these precious works inside the House they own. A visit to the House Museum is an opportunity not to be missed for anyone interested in an eclectic collection of level.
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  • The Museum is a five minute walk from the metro stop Lima into a sleeper red corso Buenos Aires in a building designed by the architect Portaluppi the same villa Necchi Campiglio. The pictures contained in the House where they lived the spouses are over 200 but represent a small part of the immense collection of two collectors. His wife was also a sculptor. The House where all the walls are literally covered with paintings has works by doctors, The head of an old man of 1909 by Boccioni, paintings of Severini, Tosi: all works from the early 1900 's. In several rooms there are paintings of Sironi dating to 20 – 30, 40 and 50 years of Morandi, the prodigal son of Guttuso, Sassu, works as a still life by De Chirico, paintings by Lucio Fontana, Carmassi, Catalin. The collection is very rich and there are also objects that were created by the wife: being the Museum downtown is a good excuse to get out and enjoy some modern art.
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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.
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  • Lovely House Museum designed by the architect Portaluppi 0 2 900 at the end of the century. Exposed in the rooms about 240 paintings of famous painters.
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  • A House Museum stops in time: visit and you will be thrown in the early 1900s!
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