Museo Poldi Pezzoli Milan

The Museo Poldi Pezzoli is an art museum in Milan, Italy. The museum was originated in the 19th century as private collection of Gian Giacomo Poldi Pezzoli and his mother, Rosa Trivulzio, of the family of the condottiero Gian Giacomo Trivulzio, and has a particularly broad collection of Northern Italian and (for Italy) Netherlandish/Flemish artists.

Collection : Italian Painters

Sited in the centre of the city, works on display include Italian painters such as: Mariotto Albertinelli; Giovanni d’Alemagna, the uncle of Antonio Vivarini; Sofonisba Anguissola; Lorenzo Bartolini; Fra Bartolomeo;Luca Baudo; Alessandro Mazzola Bedoli; Jacopo Bellini; Giuseppe Bertini; Vitale da Bologna; Francesco Bonsignori; Paolo Borroni; il Moretto from Brescia; Botticelli, Giulio Campi; Canaletto; Francesco Capella(Dagiù); Cristoforo Caselli; Jacopo del Casentino;G.B. Castiglione; Bernardo Cavallino; Luigi Cavenaghi (see The Last Supper (Leonardo); Cima da Conegliano; Luigi Crespi; Daddi; Gaetano Fasanotti; Gaudenzio Ferrari; Fetti; Ambrogio Bergognone; Gaetano Gandolfi; Raffaellino del Garbo; Baciccio; Giovanni Francesco Gessi, a pupil of Guido Reni; Giordano; Francesco Guardi; Giacomo Guardi; Francesco Hayez; Pietro degli Ingannati; Filippo Lippi; Pietro Lorenzetti; Lotto; Bernardino Luini; Giovanni Francesco Maineri; Rutilio Manetti; Andrea Mantegna; Giovanni Martinelli; il Morazzone; Livio Mehus; Lippo Memmi, a pupil ofSimone Martini; Michelangelo; Francesco Morone; Moroni; Carlo Francese and Giuseppe Nuvolone (the son of (Panfilo Nuvolone);Marco D’Oggione; Eleuterio Pagliano; Filippo Palizzi, a contemporary of Cornelius Van Leemputten; Palma il Vecchio; Marco Palmezzano; Perugino; Pesellino; di Pietro (Lo Spagna); Antonio Pirri; Antonio Pollaiolo; Riccardo Pellegrini; Giulio Cesare Procaccini; Raibolini (il Francia); Ribera;Giampietrino; ’’il Sassoferrato’’;il Salviati of Florence; Raphael; Luigi Scrosati; Fra Semplice (da Verona); Cesare da Sesto; Giovanni Servi; Andrea Solario; Gherardo Starnina; Bernardo Strozzi; Zanobi Strozzi, a pupil of Fra Angelico; Cesare Tamaroccio; Francesco de Tatti; Girolamo Tessari Del Santo; Tiepolo; Cosmè Tura; Giovanni de’ Vecchi; Bartolomeo Veneto; and Antonio Vighi.

Northern European Painters

Painters in the collection include: Breughel the younger; Cranach; Goltzius; James Baker Pyne; Thomas Shotter Boys; Sutterman; Teniers the younger; Jacob Toorenvliet; Pierre Tetar van Elven; Mathijs Van Hellemont; Jan Van der Meer II; Willem Van Mieris; Jacob Ferdinand Voet; Nicolaus Alexander Mair Von Landshut, (Mair Landshut); and Cornelis de Wael.

The exhibition includes as weaponry, glassworks, ceramics, goldworks and others.

Hours: the Museum is open from 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. (last entrance at 5.30 p.m.)

Museo Poldi Pezzoli
Via Manzoni 12
20121 Milano

Tel. Museo 02 796334 | 02 794889
Tel. Uffici e Direzione 02 45473800
Fax 02 45473811

Official Website

www.museopoldipezzoli.it

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