The Boschi Di Stefano Museum-Home at number 15, Via Giorgio Jan, has been open to the public since February 2003. In these premises ? once inhabited by the married couple Antonio Boschi (1896-1988) and Marieda Di Stefano (1901-1968) ? about three-hundred pieces are exhibited selected from over two thousand works, donated to the City of Milan in 1974.
The collection ? which comprises paintings, sculptures and drawings ? is an extraordinary testimony to the history of Twentieth Century Italian art from the first decade to the end of the Sixties.
Close to our house, this is an hidden gem of Milan and italian art. A wonderful art collection of the last century, collected by two very lovers of art: Boschi di Stefano Family
Villa Necchi Campiglio
Constructed between 1932 and 1935 by the Milanese architect Piero Portaluppi, Necchi Campiglio Villa has survived completely intact, both outside with its ample yard, tennis court and pool, and inside with its rich succession of rooms. Architecture, decorative arts, furnishings and collections express as a harmonious whole the high standard of living of the owners, who belonged to the upper middle class of Lombard industrial families. At the same time, the fervor of daily activity is adequately witnessed by the service areas of the house, the pantry, the kitchens and bathrooms, all still graced with their original facilities. In addition, two important donations enrich the visit: Claudia Gian Ferrari?s collection of early 20th century art and Alighiero de? Micheli?s collection of 18th century paintings and decorative arts.
The art gallery, museum, library which prefer in Milano. You can admire the masterpiece of Caravaggio famous "fiscella" still life, Leonardo da Vinci's paiting and the Da Vinci's atlantic Code in a superb house dated back to XVI century
And 'one of the oldest churches in Milan and is located in Piazza Sant'Ambrogio. It is today not only a monument from the early Christian and medieval, but also a key point in the history of Milan and the Ambrosian church