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Sorolla museum

Sorolla Museum

Museum in Madrid, public and state institution. Former house of the Valencian painter Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, who lived there in his last years, until his death in 1923.

See some paintings of the Sorolla Museum.

Entrance courtyard of the Sorolla Museum with trees.
Decorative ceramics outdoors Bronze sculpture of a woman with window Water fountain in the courtyard Main living room of the old house Globe in the museum's living room Large guest book Carved wooden chair Courtyard from the main door Stone bust of Joaquín Sorolla in the courtyard Oil painting done from a chair Bronze bust with window

The collection of the Sorolla Museum mainly consists of paintings that belonged to the artist himself. This museum, like no other, houses the majority of Sorolla's most famous works, among them Walk on the beach, The Pink Robe, or The Little Sailing Boat, among many others.

The garden displayed by the house is preserved exactly as Sorolla designed it, with hundreds of drawings in the museum attesting to this. The painter wanted to capture every detail of the dwelling, striving to ensure its architecture and decor were fully in line with his taste. The details are meticulously cared for: plants, outdoor furniture, and water fountains are still present and functioning as they did almost 100 years ago.

Works by other notable artists can also be found in the museum, for example, sculptures by Auguste Rodin and Mariano Benlliure. There are also hundreds of pieces of ceramics, photographs, and paintings.

Paseo del General Martínez Campos, 37
Madrid 28010, Spain
Nearby Paseo de la Castellana, Gregorio Marañón Roundabout, Palacete Fortuny.
Phone +34 913 101 584
Fax +34 913 085 925
Opening hours , , closed on Mondays.
Comments on opening hours The museum is closed every Monday of the year, also closed on: January 1, May 1, local holidays, and Christmas.
Metro station Gregorio Marañón.
Entrance fee 3 € (general)
Year of foundation 1932
Institution information See on Wikipedia
Also known as Joaquín Sorolla Museum
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Paintings in the Sorolla Museum:

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