• Semicycle - Venus Bathing

    Semicycle - Venus Bathing

  • Nymphaeum - southern facade

    Nymphaeum - southern facade

  • Galatea's Fountain

    Galatea's Fountain

  • Mosaics - Camillo Procaccini

    Mosaics - Camillo Procaccini

On this page the actual location where some works of art, once belonging to the owners of The Visconti Borromeo Litta Villa, can be found.

At the National Gallery of Art in Washington you can admire two bronze statues representing VENUS e BACCHUS attributed to Francesco Brambilla The Youngster.

The Ermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg preserves four works of art from the Duke Litta's collection:
- Madonna Litta attributed to Leonardo da Vinci
- Apollo and Marsias by Bronzino
- Venus and Cupid by Lavinia Fontana
- Virgin Mary by Sassoferrato

The Modest Venus commissioned in 1826 by the Duke Litta to the sculptor Pompeo Marchesi is exposed at the Modern Art Gallery in Milan.

The Louvre Museum in Paris exhibits the colossal marble statue representing Adonis, realized by Marco Antonio Prestinari to Pirro I Visconti Borromeo.

The Mystical Marriage of Saint Catherine by Bernardino Luini, coming from the Duke Litta's paintings collection, was purchased by Gian Giacomo Poldi Pezzoli, and it is to be seen today in The Poldi Pezzoli Museum in Milan.

Recent research certifies the presence of two bronze statues of Aeolus at Powerscourt Garden (Dublin, Ireland).