This intimate museum is a gem, displaying the work of the artist Joaquín Sorolla throughout his life. Beautiful paintings of his home and garden, as well as larger works prepared for a larger committee in New York, are on display here. These paintings show his love for the sea and the light of southern Spain. He seems to be almost unknown outside of Spain-go there and see what makes him the third largest painter in Spain, after Goya and Velázquez... (according to the information there)
The Sorolla Museum is actually the former residence of Sorolla. The museum displays his paintings and the painter's life in the past, as well as the paintings of Sorolla's friends. There is a garden, the garden is very beautiful.
The Sorolla Museum used to be the residence and studio of the famous painter Sorolla. The paintings of Sorolla and his friends are fully preserved in the museum. The first floor of the museum is an Andalusian courtyard. Free admission on Sundays.
Very good, the courtyard is exquisite and orderly! It couldn’t be better to sit there and write a postcard!
The first floor of the museum is an Andalusian courtyard. Free admission on Sundays. The environment is very good. If you like humanities, here is a good choice.
Preston_Dominguez: Paseo General Martinez Campos 37, 28010 Madrid, Spain
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Plaza Mayor,Puerta del Sol,Museo del Prado,Plaza de Espana,El Retiro Park