Casa Museo Boschi Di Stefano


The House of the collection

The historical residence Boschi di Stefano was donated to the Municipality of Milano in 1974 and opened to the public in 2003.
The residence, once inhabited by the couple made by Antonio Boschi (1896-1988) and Marieda Di Stefano (1901-1968), hosts approximately 300 works of art, which represent a selection of the couple’s extensive collection, that includes more than 2.000 pieces. The collection stands for an extraordinary example of the history of Italian art in the 20th century. It includes paintings, sculptures and drawings dating from the early years of the 20th century to the ‘60s. Thanks to the patronage of the Municipality of Milan, the historical residence Boschi di Stefano can be visited for free.

Via G. Jan, 15 - 20129 Milano

MM1 Lima

Open from 10am to 5.30pm

Closed on Monday

Free Entry

Booking is mandatory for groups.
t. 02 88447965



Venere dei porti

Mario Sironi, 1919
ollage and tempera on canvas

Concetto spaziale

Lucio Fontana, 1956
Mixed techniques on chipboard

The Annunciation

Alberto Savinio, 1932
Oil on canvas


Renato Birolli, 1935 Oil on canvas

Agitatevi, pietre e montagne!

Enrico Baj, 1958
il and fabric collage on canvas


Giorgio Morandi, 1952
Oil on canvas

Day by day in painting. Federico Zeri and Milan

From November 11th, 2021 to March 7th, 2022 The exhibition is a tribute of the Poldi Pezzoli Museum to Federico Zeri (Rome, August 12,1921 – Mentana, October 5, 1998) on the centenary of his birth. Federico Zeri was one of the most important connoisseurs and art...

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