October 23, 2015
February 21, 2016
The exhibition Belle Époque. La Parigi di Boldini, De Nittis e Zandomeneghi at GAMManzoni in Milan displays 35 works by the three leading Italian artists who worked in Paris during the period of the Belle Époque: Giovanni Boldini (1842-1931), Giuseppe De Nittis 1846-1884) and Federico Zandomeneghi (1841-1917).
The artists decided to permanently live in the French capital, sharing friends, fame and professional success. The exhibition accompanies their works with those of other Italian painters who were active in Paris during that same period, like Vittorio Matteo Corcos, Antonio Mancini and Edoardo Tofano.
please see GAMManzoni
A symbol of Milan’s rich history and exhibiting works from the vast Intesa Sanpaolo art collection. The Galleria d’Italia Piazza Scala is housed over three adjoining mansions of undeniable charm (Anguissola, Beltrami and Brentani), one the former seat of Banca Commerciale Italiana. Designed by leading ... [read more]
The Poldi Pezzoli Museum in Milan is one of the most significant house-museums in Europe and shows the taste of one of the finest collectors of the 19th-century. Founded in 1881 by the collector Gian Giacomo Poldi Pezzoli who devoted his entire life to the ... [read more]
The Gallery of Modern Art (also known as GAM) is one of Milan’s most enjoyable art galleries. Located in the Villa Reale, a sumptuous palazzo where Napoleon once resided, it houses a world class collection of modern 19th-century paintings. The gallery is filled with works ... [read more]