Pinacoteca Ambrosiana. Founded in the 1618 by Federico Borromeo, the Pinacoteca had to be a support and a model for the school of fine arts (present in Milan from the 1621 to the 1776).
Despite the closure of the school of fine arts, the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana has enriched its collections during the centuries and nowadays it hosts a lot of important masterpieces.
You can admire works like Raffaello’s cartoon for “The School of Athens” fresco; Caravaggio’s “Basket of fruit”; Botticelli’s “Madonna con Bambino e tre angeli ” and many more.
Since 2009 the Federiciana Hall of the Ambrosiana is home to the Codex Atlanticus exhibition, a collection of drawings and writings by Leonardo da Vinci.
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