Sorolla's house takes visitors into the artist's world in a unique way, with his paintings and personal belongings.
Situated in the artist's house and studio that the great painter from Valencia established in Madrid, the Sorolla Museum displays his works of art as well as the furniture and objects that were part of his everyday life. Visitors can also enjoy the gardens that surround the building, which were designed by the painter himself. The building and gardens are a singular space that reveals the Valencian painter's creative and vital intimacy, and the essence of the times in which he lived.
A cleansed composition with hardly any specific spatial references, using Velázquez’s portraits as a reference point.More info
A bourgeois portrait typical of the period of the artist’s wife.More info
A work fully imbibed with modernity in both style and topic. It is interesting as it shows an “urban Sorolla” hardly seen in his large works.More info
Between 1916 and 1920 Sorolla painted all aspects of the gardens at his Madrid home. He achieves technical and expressive freedom and a hugely important intimate vision in all his work.More info
A work where Sorolla started his garden paintings which would later become some of his most important works.More info
A minimalist composition with exceptional use of light showing the painter’s wife after the birth of their youngest daughter, alongside her in bed.More info
A work where the painter takes advantage of the freedom provided by a family portrait to go further into the links between reality, the painter and painting.More info
A crowning work of Sorolla’s late period showing his wife and eldest daughter in an elegant pose, attitude and dress.More info
Painted in 1907 during Sorolla’s stay at La Granja de San Ildefonso, it shows the painter’s interest in gardens and offers instantaneity as if it were a photograph.More info
A canvas produced as a preparatory study for the panel ‘Castile. The Bread Festival’ which would decorate the library at the Hispanic Society of America in New York.More info
The museum's collection is part of the collective catalogue of the Digital Network of Spanish Museum Collections (CERES), conceived as a space for dissemination which enables visitors to browse the various museum collections using the identifying features of each item (author, type of object, iconography, etc.).
Tuesday to Saturday
Does not close at midday
9:30 AM to 8:00 PM
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Closing days: Monday
Closed: 1 January, 1 May, 24, 25, 31 December.