Appiani, Canova and Raffaelli at the Palazzo Reale

from 20/10/2022 to 29/01/2023
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An exhibition focused on three great protagonists of the art of Italy, namely Andrea Appiani, Antonio Canova and Giacomo Raffaelli, will be on display at Palazzo Reale, the beating heart of Napoleonic Milan.

The exhibition includes paintings and furnishings from the French period, integrated with reproductions and virtual reality displays. Environments and works will be recreated, including the “Glories of Napoleon” in the Sala delle Cariatidi.

An exhibition by City of Milan Culture, Palazzo Reale,  curated by Fernando Mazzocca.

Appiani, Canova and Raffaelli at the Palazzo Reale

Palazzo Reale Milan, Piazza del Duomo, 12 Italy T:+39 02 884 45 181


Opening hours Tuesday to Sunday 10:00-19:30, Thursday closing at 22:30. Last admission one hour before. Closed on Mondays.

Tickets Full price € 14,00Reduced € 12,00Subscription Museums Lombardy € 10.00 also valid for Horticultural Members in possession of the card for the current yearSpecial reduced € 6,00Families 1 or 2 adults Reduced € 10; children from 6 to 14 years Special reduced; up to 5 years free*prices are with audio-guide (or replacement app) included and pre-sale costs excluded

Reservations are not mandatory, but strongly recommended to avoid waiting. Due to capacity limitations and increased influx, entry for unbooked visitors cannot be guaranteed on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

The ticket offices on site are active during opening hours.Reservations are always mandatory for Groups. How to get to the exhibition Appiani, Canova and Raffaelli at Palazzo Reale

To reach the Royal Palace of Milan the shortest, fastest and cheapest way is certainly the use of the subway. Valid alternatives are also buses, trams and cars.

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