There were an awful lot of Madonna and child paintings and a lot of religious renaissance work. There were a few noted painters. I don't consider this a must see but it was nice to go to while seeing the Castello.
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There are much better musea in this style, with a much better collection, but as part of the 7 musea in this castle you can see it.
The Art contained in the Pinacoteca Castello Sforzesco is quite impressive. There are some really great works which come mainly from Milanese art collections. The Gallery was established in the late 19th century. Entry to the castle, Castello Sforzesco, should allow you to also view...More
Check my other review on the castle itself I thought the museum and the castle were tagged as the same place here. But very quick description, it's a very interesting museum full of different things from different cultures, and the paintings they have are just...More
This part of Castello Sforzesco museum has some nice collection of paintings. It does not contain some globally known masterpieces, but it they are worth paying a tribute. In the same rooms, interesting furniture collection is displayed. The entrance is included in the ticket to...More
Located in Castello Sforzesco, this Pinacoteca has a huge and great collection of paintings, with artworks from the 16th, 17th and 18th century.
This museum has a nice collection of paintings, especially by Italian artists (Lippi, Canaletto), but there are more impressive collections in Milan, such as at the Pinacoteca di Brera. Entrance is included with all Castello Sforzesco museums, so it is worth a quick tour.
Nice place to visit and is located in the Milan's largest park. There are some interesting art work and monuments to look at.
The castle itself is already breathtaking but inside it hosts several museums that are just as amazing with a vast collection including paintings, furniture expositions, sculpture (among those the last work of Michelangelo), archeology and more. Definitely worth he 5 Euro admittance ticket, you won't...More