Milan's modern art gallery is housed in a splendid Neo-Classical villa built by the Austrian architect Leopold Pollack in 1790 for Count Ludovico Barbiamo di Belgioioso. It was lived in by Napoleon in 1802. The top attraction here is the dining room with a Parnassus by Appiani. The painting I liked best was "The Girl" by Francesco Hayez. It was too hot to take photos of the villa from the outside and again no photos inside.