Visit to the Sorolla Museum, a Palace-House with romantic evocations in its Andalusian gardens and Italian neo-Renaissance, where we find the work of the greatest and most glamorous of the Spanish Impressionist painters, D. Joaquín Sorolla.
Donation made to Republican Spain in 1931 by his wife and the private collections of this and his son. Palace decorated by himself, as well as the frescoes of several rooms.
We will explore his exquisite taste in the purchases of furniture, sculptures and handicrafts, copies of the Grand Masters by himself, the studio where he painted, the room where he exhibited and traded with future clients, the kitchen-present porcelain room- etc.
But above all, we will discover the “Mediterranean luminism”, in his paintings, his social concerns in the first social pictures, the sketches he made for the Hispanish Society of “Landscapes of Spain” of 200 square meters (Fabric that is in New York) , but above all, that study of light filtered and shaded in its Valencian landscapes of the Malvarrosa, Cantabrian and Balearic Islands.
Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes. Tickets not included.
Groups 1-7 people.