Sorolla Museum
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Hetty S
Geelong, Australia17 bidrag
nov. 2022
The artwork is fabulous. The setting is the home and studio he and his family lived in. The house and gardens are well maintained and make a perfect place to exhibit his work. I’ve been many times and I love it. This time I was annoyed by the women guarding each room. My small backpack seemed to be the problem. Room 1 guard told me to take it off my back, room 2 guard said to wear it on my front, room 3 guard said the backpack wasn’t on the front as it should be, and as I left the door guard told me to put my backpack in a locker. These were never gentle requests, always orders barked at me. The shop assistant was equally obstreperous. I was not alone in being nagged about the wearing of backpacks. It should have been a pleasant visit, instead I felt hounded. Perhaps the people selling the tickets should direct visitors to the locker room at that point, not having room guards chasing the wrongdoers.
Skrevet 29. november 2022
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RandyOToole
Valencia, Spania312 bidrag
nov. 2022
Having recently stumbled across Sorolla’s paintings a few years back, it’s easy to see why Monet referred to him as ‘the master of light’. Since then, it’s had been on my bucket list to visit this beautifully thought-out Museum located close to the centre of Madrid… just a short stroll away, the nearest metro station is probably Iglesia via Line 1. The layout of the rooms/paintings is very conducive to good viewing; and it’s a bonus that photography *without flash* is permitted. The selection of paintings is as good if not better than you’re likely to see in any single museum; and that feeling that Sorolla himself could enter the house at any moment was very palpable. The entrance fee at €3 is excellent value, but best arrive early or at off-peak times in order to fully immerse yourself in this peaceful oasis.
Skrevet 23. november 2022
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World_Traveler_DR
Palm Springs, CA250 bidrag
nov. 2022 • Alene
A small museum in a lovely setting within a busy city. I was not very familiar with the artist, but after a self guided tour and excellent reading literature in every room, I became very informed. Such lovely colorful art, and a great historic setting.
Skrevet 17. november 2022
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nan241
Phoenixville, PA40 bidrag
nov. 2022
building and art were astounding. One of the best private museums I have seen anywhere.
A real look at art and interior furnishings
Skrevet 9. november 2022
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fb741272
Namur, Belgia86 bidrag
aug. 2022
Une "petite" villa surprenante au centre de Madrid. La visite vaut à mon avis plus pour elle que pour les peintures du maître. Vu le prix dérisoire, c'est à ne pas rater. Se visite en moins d'une heure, sans se presser. Si vous devez choisir, et à moins d'y aller réellement pour voir les peintures, allez néanmoins plutôt au musée Cerraldo.
Skrevet 8. november 2022
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Gonzalo Fernández Fernández
Ribeira, Spania3 864 bidrag
okt. 2022
Gran museo ubicado en esta antigua casa de Sorolla, muy bien montado y con sus grandes cuadros más conocidos.
Skrevet 7. november 2022
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Jydeoo
Lagos, Nigeria2 278 bidrag
nov. 2021 • Venner

Situated in the house of Sorolla, where he lived and worked, complete with gardens, this small museum of the works, life and times of Sorolla is a must do, especially for lovers of Art. It was another evening well spent in Madrid, and a marvelous opportunity for a photoshoot in the gardens.
Skrevet 1. november 2022
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TravelinArtist
Cameron Park, CA41 bidrag
okt. 2022 • Par
We happened upon the Sorolla Museum on a free day. There was no entrance fee and you can take non-flash photos unlike the Prado, which doesn’t allow any photos. The line was long, but worth it. You see where the artist lived in Madrid and it is quite obvious he was a successful artist in his time. Visit and you will see why.
Skrevet 31. oktober 2022
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Brooklyn478
Brooklyn, NY379 bidrag
sep. 2022 • Par
I absolutely adored this small, charming and exceptional museum! I love going to artists homes and studios when I travel in the US and was so happy to visit the Sorolla Museum in Madrid. The art plus his studio and home were as if the art and his family had just walked out of the home. Lovely garden and family collections in addition to the art. I highly recommend this gem of a museum.
Skrevet 8. oktober 2022
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EgyptophileEngland
Burnley, UK205 bidrag
sep. 2022
We have been visiting the Museo Sorolla whenever we were in Madrid and for YEARS. Their website says the Sorolla Museum Foundation was created through the bequest of Clotilde García del Castillo, the painter's widow, who bequeathed her personal collection of his “paintings, notes and drawings” and the family home to the Spanish State in her 1925 will, in order to create a Museum in remembrance of her late husband. The State accepted the bequest and the Sorolla Museum opened as the Sorolla Museum Private Educational Foundation.

It remained in this form until 1993, when new regulations prohibited the State from owning foundations. The institution was then divided into two: The Sorolla Museum, dependent on the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport, and the Sorolla Museum Foundation, which is still connected to the Museum and is governed by its Board.

When we first visited - pre 1993 - the ceilings were peeling, the walls were damp and the place was virtually devoid of visitors - though the art was absolutely STUNNING and made us Sorolla aficionados for life. Over the years the building has had vast improvement, the programme of exhibitions and hangings has extended or been changed around and more areas of the house have increasingly been opened up to visitors. When we visited last week the museum was seriously over-crowded - rather in the manner of 'block buster' exhibitions at a National Gallery though without the space or systems to deal with such numbers. It was wonderful to see so many people now appreciating the superb paintings of this talented artist brought about by the generous bequest of his wife but, oh something has to be done about the numbers, organisation of this success and, to be honest, one or two of the staff. We were treated with consideration and politeness. We didn't have to queue to obtain our tickets as the attendant pulled us from the queue blocking the door to the shop/ticket office/left luggage/and toilets, took our age validations and returned with our free entry tickets. Wonderful, simply wonderful not even to have to pay to see Sorolla's stunning paintings even if we were shoulder to shoulder with other enamoured visitors. We noted though that one of the attendants in the main studio was just WAITING for a visitor to put a toe on one of the rugs on the floor before rudely reproving them. Curators, put a little chain round it so people know they're not allowed to stand on it, or round any precious items they're not allowed too near to so they don't fall foul of the attendants. The little dried flower bundles and pine cones indicating people may not sit on the chairs is discreet, charming and seems effective.

As it happens this current temporary exhibition wasn't for me because the dark environment and oddly positioned lighting played havoc with my sight. The opening up of a different route to get back downstairs certainly should help for a 'through route' but then one finishes up at the front of the house, the opposite side of the building from the shop and temptingly close to the gateway to the street without having to make any post visit purchase. We did work our way back to the shop through the artists in the garden/more folk queueing for tickets to select, and join the queue to pay for our purchases but PHEW! It had to be someone as talented as Sorolla to give us the enjoyment of visiting the Museo Sorolla. Either the admission price has to be raised (would be worth every cent!) or timed, limited number admissions system has to be introduced. We enjoyed Sorolla's paintings for FREE and with not another soul around in the Fundacion Maria Cristina Masaveu Peterson and also in the Prado which is free in the evenings. The Museo Sorolla is now a victim of its own success and needs some tweaking - if not re-thinking. We love it, love it....but....
Skrevet 18. september 2022
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