Located in an historical 1930s building in Milan’s historic centre, Boschi Di Stefano Museum House is a veritable treasure trove of Italian twelfth century masterpieces.
Opened to the public in 2003, the museum was once the residence of Antonio Boschi and Marielda Di Stefano, art enthusiasts and collectors. The collection comprises around 300 of the 2,000 plus works collected by the couple and later donated to the City of Milan.
Among the works displayed, visitors can admire the paintings and sculptures of artists such as De Pisis, Morandi, Carrà, Fontana, De Chirico and Sironi.
Certain items of furniture stand out among the furnishings and accessories, such as the dining room furniture designed by Gino Levi Montalcini in 1949-50, the “Agena” chandelier from the Galaxy collection, designed by Alessandro Mendini and built by Venini in 1993, and a table designed by Piero Portaluppi.
Fondazione Boschi Di Stefano
Via G. Jan, 15
20129 Milan – Italy
Tel. +39 02 74281000