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Casa Museo Boschi Di Stefano
An incredible quantity of artworks, above all for a private house. The Boschi Di Stefano Museum House possesses masterpieces by Carrà, Fontana, De Chirico, Sironi, De Pisis and Boccioni.
It was created by virtue of the couple who lived there, Antonio Boschi (1896-1988) and his wife Marieda Di Stefano (1901-1968), who were keen collectors of art. Today the museum comprises a selection of over two hundred works, which were donated to the Municipality of Milan in 1974. The collection provides an interesting portrait of the history of 20th century Italian art.
The “Novecento Italiano” room is particularly interesting, with works by Funi, Marussig, Tozzi, Carrà and Casorati.
The Museo Boschi di Stefano belongs to the Circuit of Historic House Museums of Milan. A city museum network established in 2008 with the aim of promoting the Milanese cultural and artistic heritage through the history of its protagonists by conserving the personal collections in unique ambiences.
Not to be missed are the 1855 works collected by the engineer Boschi.
The “Sironi room”, entirely dedicated to the artist, also includes sculptures by Arturo Martini.
The “Giubo”, or “giunto Boschi”, Boschi joint: this is an ornament in gold-plated metal, a reproduction of an engine part presented to Boschi by his colleagues at work on the occasion of his fortieth year at Pirelli.
- A wheelchair user cannot independently reach the entrance and enter the museum. Some of the house museum’s rooms are accessible (where furniture and structures do not prevent viability). The visitor can independently reach and use the toilets equipped in compliance with regulations for persons with physical disabilities.
- Reservations and inquiries can be made by telephone and /or email.
- Free entry for disabled visitors.
- The museum is not equipped with any audible or visual fire alarm systems but, in case of emergency, the alarm is given by the staff on duty.