The primary open-air art gallery in Milan, Italy, is Pinacoteca di Brera (Brera Art Gallery). It is a part of the Brera Academy's cultural program that has one of the most important collections of Italian paintings from the thirteenth to the twentieth centuries. This art gallery is based in the posh locality of Milan, Palazzo Brera.
The lavish Italian paintings in Pinacoteca Di Brera are full of subtle religious and cultural depth, and they greet you in an atmosphere that is both grand and unpretentious. The ornate baroque design of the building's interiors is a major draw. More than four hundred pieces of art are on display.
The Braidense National Library and the astronomical Observatory continued to be housed on this site until 1773. The new botanical garden's herbarium was added in 1774.
How to explore Pinacoteca di Brera?
- Raffaello, Caravaggio, Hayez, and other great artists are only a few whose works can be found in the collection. Having a knowledgeable guide who can provide insight into the artwork and its creators can greatly enhance your time spent in their presence.
- If you don't find a guide for yourself, fret not. As you move from painting to painting, it provides a fascinating piece of information under it, illuminating their meanings and nuances.
- The painting of Marriage of the Virgin by Raphael, The Supper at Emmaus by Caravaggio, and Tintoretto's Discovery of the Body of St. Mark are just a few must-see works of art in this collection.
- Every Thursday night, there is a musical event when you may let your souls soar.
- Its photography library, established in 1899 by Corrado Ricci, Giuseppe Fumagalli, and Gaetano Moretti, is also open to the public. Aristotypes, salted-pepper prints, carbon prints, albumen prints, and cyanotypes are only some of the other photographic visuals represented here.
- Explore Brera Botanical Garden, a beautiful oasis in the middle of Milan. The route to this garden is a magical experience in and of itself. You can take a stroll at your own pace, surrounded by an abundance of fragrant flowers.