The building was designed by architect Leopold Pollak the request of Count Barbiano di Belgioioso in 1790. Over the years, it became the official residence of Napoleon III and of Marshall Radetzky. The main façade, in romantic style, overlooks the gardens. In the gallery visitors will find a vast collection of paintings and sculptures from the 19th and 20th Centuries. Included are neo-classical works by Appiani and Canova, Romantic works by Hayez, and works from the late 19th century by Cremona, Medardo, Rosso, Ranzoni and Segantini. Other works include the Vismara collection, paintings by De Pisis, Modigliani, and futurists Balla and Boccioni. There are also paintings by Boldini, Bonnard, Corot, De Nittis, Gouguin, Lega, Mancini, Manet, Sisley, Spadini, Toulouse-Lautrec, Utrillo, Van Gogh, Vuillard. There is an important collection dedicated solely to the sculptor Marino Marini with works in terracotta, bronze, and graphic designs. This museum also houses the very famous Fourth State painting by Pelizza Da Volpedo. Admission: Free.