Brera Art Gallery and Moscow Pushkin State Museum in a unique Exhibition in Milan, from Matisse to Picasso

Visitors still have a few days for taking advantage of this great chance: visiting world-known masterpieces created by the greatest artists ever.

Artworks by Cézanne, Gauguin, Monet, Matisse, Renoir, Picasso, Rousseau and Van Gogh are still on display at Brera Art Gallery in Milan until 5th February 2012.

Such beautiful works come from the collections of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts of Moscow. The exhibition purpose is to celebrate the exceptional combination of two great museums dating back to 19th century on the occasion of the Cultural Year 2011 that celebrates Italy-Russia relations.

All the paintings on view belong to two great Russian collectors, Sergej Scukin and Ivan Morozov, who in the beginning of 20th century bought their paintings in the most important galleries in Paris, creating in this way unique, precious collections. They were also friends of some artists and bought pictures simply because they had a real passion for art and not because museums or collectors were interested in them.

Visitors will have the chance to marvel at works such as Water Lilies by Claude Monet, Portrait of Ambroise Vollard by Picasso, The Prison Courtyard by Van Gogh and many other masterpieces, unique pieces.

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Brera Art Gallery
Via Brera, 28
20121 Milano

tel. +39 02 722 63 264 – 229
fax: +39 02 720 011 40

Opening Hours

h 8.30-19.15 From Tuesday to Sunday
(Ticket office open ‘till 6.40 pm)
Close on Mondays


€ 12,00
€ 9,00 Reduced price

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