The rarest, most precious prints in the Bertarelli Collection of Milan, and the figure of its creator and patron of the arts.
[Prints by Masters. One hundred masterpieces of the Bertarelli Collection, from Mantegna to Morandi] A fine selection of prints from the Bertarelli Collection of Milan, aimed at giving greater visibility to part of the often overlooked heritage of art in that city. The catalogue of the exhibition held in Milan in 1998, featuring absorbing critical essays and fine illustrations, analyzes the rarest, most precious pieces in a collection that covers a very vast range of techniques and artists, including outstanding names like Mantegna, Agostino Carracci, Dürer, Bellotto, Canaletto, Marcantonio Dal Re, Piranesi, Marco Ricci, Tiepolo, Corot, Manet, Munch, Boccioni, Morandi. In the wings, but of no lesser importance, we see the figure of Achille Bertarelli, who with his great passion for art created this priceless collection and donated to the city.