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“A wonderful art display in the home where it was collected”

Casa Museo Boschi di Stefano
Ranked #24 of 1,003 things to do in Milan
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A very special experience seeing a masterfully assembled art collection in a remarkable Art Deco apartment. Well worth an hour or so and a donation!

1  Thank RMYardley
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"private collection"
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"last century"
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"wonderful collection of paintings"
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"free museum"
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Reviewed 27 January 2018

First, which was very pleasant - free of charge entrance. Second - in the same building there is a lovely ceramics studio where you can atke a lesson if you have time. Very friendly, helpfull and informative stuff of the gallery. Among 11 rooms of carpet way of holding the paintings I loved the most the room with perfume collection of the family. Spend half an hour - it's worth it.

Thank Liubov R
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Reviewed 29 December 2017

A charming insight into the passion for collecting, as manifested by a couple in the mid 20th century. A fantastic overview of 20th Century Italian art, and absolutely extraordinary furniture. It's free, and the custodians are welcoming and passionate about the place. When we went, the downstairs pottery studio was also open for a special exhibition - I'm not sure whether it always is, but it's quite lovely.

1  Thank Fudge03
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Reviewed 25 November 2017

Although this house is included in the house museum card (4 houses in total) this one was a little pointless as it was really just about the artwork on the walls. A little bit out of the way too so not really worth the effort.

Thank CaptainsWife1
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Reviewed 10 November 2017

This is a fascinating apartment, giving a unique insight into 20th-century Italian art, as acquired by individuals rather than by a museum. Some of the early material tends toward the grim, and the walls are, I feel, too crowded with pictures; but there are many fine works, including De Chirico and De Pisis, and a whole room of Lucio Fontana.

1  Thank LInsonnia
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