24 April-26 June. This exhibition may not be as popular as the crowd-pulling Leonardo 1452-1519 in the same building but it completes the picture of the Renaissance in Lombardy.
It displays about 200 masterpieces by artists who worked for the Visconti and Sforza courts in the 14th and 15th centuries. As well as paintings there is sculpture, illuminated manuscripts, gold and silver work, embroidery, tapestry and glass.
As its subtitle Milano al Centro dell'Europa suggests this exhibition gives an overall picture of life in Milan and Lombardy during the period and its influence on the rest of Europe.