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Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Thirst" is by Arturo Martini, the most important Italian sculptor of the 20th century.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Bust of a youth by Arturo Martini, c1929.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Beautiful Body (The Holidaymakers)" by Archille Funi (1920).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Lying Figure Raised on One Elbow", Carlo Carra (1929).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Summer" by Carlo Carra (1930).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "The Visit" by Virgilio Guidi (1927).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "The Choir", Gianfilippo Usellini, 1934.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Manequins" by Felice Casorati, 1924.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Untitled print on paper, cotton and wax by Roberto Cuoghi (2009).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Detail from an untitled print on paper, cotton and wax by Roberto Cuoghi (2009).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Margherita", an oil painting by Antonio Donghi, painted in Rome in 1936.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Detail of a hand and fruit from "Margherita" (Antonio Donghi).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Detail of the head of "Margherita" by Antonio Donghi.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "The Patient" by Arturo Martini, 1932.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Annunciation" by Arturo Martini, 1933.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "The Estuary at Cinquale" by Carlo Carra.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Urban Landscape", Mario Sironi, 1924.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Sleeping Man" by Renato Gattuso.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Two Figures (Man and Woman)", Carlo Carra (1939).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Detail of "Two Figures (Man and Woman)" by Carlo Carra, drawn with charcoal.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "San Zeno, the Fisherman" by Renato Birolli, 1931.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "The Mirror" by Umberto Lilloni from 1936.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Bucolic religious composition by Tullio Garbari, 1931.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "The Oar and the Pole" (Fausto Pirandello, 1933).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Portrait of the painter, Rocchi by Filippo de Pisis from 1931.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Detail of Filippo de Pisis' portrait of the painter, Rocchi (oil on canvas).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Dioscuris" by Aligi Sassu (1931).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "The Dead of Bligny Would Roll in their Graves" by Arturo Martini, 1935.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Sculptures" by Fausto Melotti from the mid 1930s.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 A pair of untitled compositions by Atanasio Soldati from the 1930s and 1940s.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Marine Landscape" by Atanasio Soldati from 1933.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 A collection of slitscapes by Claudio Sinatti from the 1990s.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Slitscape by Claudio Sinatti.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 View of Piazza Duomo from the upper floors.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Spires of the Duomo from the museum.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Plantman" by Renato Birolli, 1957.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Decomposition" by Carla Accardi, 1947.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Large Integration" (Carla Accardi, 1957).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Vertical III Assalonne" by Fransesco Somaini made from lead in 1960.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Fallen Angel of Yellow Ground", Osvaldo Licini (1952).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Red Flower of China", Gastone Novelli, 1967.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Detail of the eponymous "Red Flower of China" by Gastone Novelli.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Painting dedicated to the artist's friend, Raoul Schultz by Tancredi, 1953.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Flowers painted by the artist and others by Tancredi from 1962.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Black Rose by Jannis Kounellis, 1966.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Henry Moore by Marino Marini (1945).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Bust of Igor Stravisnky by Marino Marini (1951).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Nelson Rockefeller by Marino Marini (1950).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 The writer Henry Miller by Marino Marini (1961).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Bathtub" by Valerio Adami, 1969.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Portrait of Giselle" by Marino Marini, 1923.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Acrobats" by Marino Marini from 1949.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "The Panel Beater's Three Daughters" by Marino Marini (1957).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Yellow and Blue", Marino Marini, 1951.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Circus Personalities II" by Marino Marini from 1949.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Map" by Alighiero Boetti, embroidered in 1989.
Italy
Milan
 Curved street.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 The rooms in the museum are each inspired by different periods.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Tapestry.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 The main staircase.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Pezzoli was a collector and traveller.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Many of the rooms are full of art.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 "Hurdy Gurdy Man" painted in Belgium in 1700.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Portraits of Martin Luther and Katherine von Bora.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 "Four Peasants in Front of a Fireplace", Mathjis van Hellemont.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Elegant room.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Ceramics.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 One of a pair of staues of Moors.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 One of the rooms in the museum.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Part of the ceramic collection.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 "Portrait of a Young Lady" by Piero del Pollaiolo in 1470.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 "Mourning the Dead Christ" by Sandro Botticelli, 1500.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Detail of "Pieta" by Giovanni Bellini, 1470.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Detail of "Portrait of a Young Nun" by Pitocchetto, 1730.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Brass clock from 1580.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Triple cased clock with alarm from London, 1826.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Brass and silver alarm clock with candle, 1750 Vienna.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Pendant watch, 1830.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 French watch made from enamel, gold and silver (1650).
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Silver and enamel clock from 1770, Austria.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Pendant watch from 1610.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Table clock from 1600.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Triple cased clock from London made from silver, gold and tortoise shell, 1775.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Clock winding keys.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Dante's Room.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Dante's Room was Pezzoli's office.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Detail of the stained glass window in Dante's Room.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 The painted ceiling of Dante's Room.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 "Self Portrait With a Group of Friends" by Fransesco Heyez, 1824.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 "View of St Mark's Square" by Francesco Guardi, 1760.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 "Caprice" by Canaletto (1756).
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Necklace with carved ivory heads.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Cutlery.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Box from 1500.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 16th century carving of the "Sacred Family".
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 16th century necklace.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Two Japanese deities.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Figurine of Nitta Yoshisada from Japan.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Figures of animals.
Italy
Milan
Poldi-Pezzoli Museum
 Sumo wrestlers (Japan).

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2018 KryssTal

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