El Museo Sorolla es un museo estatal español ubicado en un palacete del Paseo del General Martínez Campos de Madrid, emplazamiento que serviría de taller y vivienda a Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida junto a su mujer y tres hijos. El edificio fue construido en 1911 bajo la dirección del arquitecto Enrique María Repullés, que materializó los deseos del pintor de crear un espacio que fusionase el área de trabajo y su vivienda y que además contase con un espacio de jardín. La vivienda conserva el ambiente original de muchos de los espacios, además de alojar una amplia colección de obras de Sorolla, así como también numerosos objetos que reunió como coleccionista durante su vida. Se trata además de una de las casas de artista mejor conservadas de Europa. Desde el 1 de marzo de 1962, el edificio es Monumento Histórico-Artístico Nacional.
La habilitación del espacio como museo que albergase las obras del pintor surgió como iniciativa de su propia esposa, Clotilde García del Castillo, quien en 1925 dictó testamento legando al Estado español las obras y patrimonio en su poder para así crear un lugar que honrase la memoria de su marido. El 28 de marzo de 1931 se aceptó la donación mediante Real Orden y se clasificó como una Fundación benéfico-docente de carácter particular. El museo fue inaugurado en 1932 y quedó bajo la dirección del hijo del artista, Joaquín Sorolla García. Cuando este falleció en 1948, legó un gran número de obras para la ampliación de los fondos del museo, aceptados por el Estado en 1951.
|Martes||9:30 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Miércoles||9:30 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Jueves||9:30 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Viernes||9:30 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Sábado||9:30 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Domingo||10:00 AM – 3:00 PM|
Al Alayon | mar. 3, 2018
Great museum with amazing art pieces. It feels very intimate being inside the painter's studio and family house.
Nikolaos Belalis | ene. 5, 2018
Excellent museum!! Sorolla was a great representative of impressionism, even though he is less famous than the french painters. Apart from the paintings, which are beautiful, the building ( artist's home) is a great sight itself. The discreet decoration of the rooms and the garden make it seem really elegant.
Mariin Luht | dic. 10, 2017
Beautiful gardens and building with well preserved interiors. Exhibition is well curated and with additional materials gives good overview of artists life. Tickets are only €4.
David Murphy | dic. 29, 2017
This is the best museum in Madrid. The beauty of the building, the art, the expertly curated exhibitions make this a mudt see!!
Mandy Sheridan | feb. 4, 2018
Beautiful gardens, wonderful paintings. Great value.
Glenn Polin | abr. 3, 2018
A small but beautiful collection, nicely curated in a house that's Sorollo once painted in. There may be other great Sorolla's in other museums, but it is worth coming here to see this house, the furnishings and the paintings in it. The gardens are also beautiful and are worth spending some time in. Admission for senior citizens is free and there is reduced or free admission for other groups as well. If you like these paintings they offer Fine Art reproductions which they will print for you. Because of the large number of paintings hung on the wall in the main three rooms it is not possible to see some of them very well. However the museum does have descriptions on laminated cards of the paintings and the furnishings and this helps. The museum is open on some evenings until 8 p.m. and is not crowded then. You could certainly come there in the evening and spend 2 hours, from 6 to 8 and you would have seen everything. It is not a museum you need to plan a whole day on.
Rodrigo Azambuja | mar. 26, 2018
Beautiful house turned into museum. Sorolla is an amazing artist and here you get a closer look at his life. A must!
Myriam Fontes | mar. 26, 2018
Amazing!! If I liked Sorolla before, now I love it!! The house, the gardens, the paintings and the fashion exhibit: exquisite. Don't miss it!! And as a teacher, free.
Mary Britt | mar. 13, 2018
Loved this small museum. Beautiful paintings, pretty tiles. A very intimate look at the house Sorolla lived and worked in.
pedro falcon | mar. 29, 2018
Beautiful place located in a quiet area. Paintings are amazing. Must visit.
Jess Green | abr. 28, 2018
Exquisite collection of art by a Spanish painter. What is interesting is the large variety of other art he collected in his house, such as furniture, clothing, sculptures and pottery. This is a tiny place, so you'll only need about an hour, but a good tip is to then spend another hour in the gorgeous little garden, which is very peaceful and beautiful.
Miguel Martínez | may. 13, 2018
Great place to spend a couple hours, very close to Madrid Downtown. Great for art lovers, but a little crowded sometimes, the garden outside is gorgeous
Albano Bermejo | may. 8, 2018
It is one of Madrid hidden gems. Well maintained museum. Nice collection of Sorollas paints.
Albert Ko | jun. 18, 2018
The hidden gem of Madrid museums. The combination of history, architecture, culture, and fine art is great. It's also free on Sunday... And the gardens are beautiful and shaded. Nice place for a short rest from the hot sun.
Carlye Beyer | jun. 4, 2018
Nice small museum, and beautiful outdoor gardens. The upstairs was closed when I went by the downstairs of the house has lots of paintings by Sorolla with great information about them on cards in each room. The museum is free after 2 on Saturdays and on Sundays.
Jeffery Davis | may. 31, 2018
This is a very unique museum. It houses many beautiful works by the exceptiona Spanish artist Sorolla. Art is displayed in his actual home within the actual rooms that he and his family lived in. His personal collectables are spread throughout the home and all of these are also displayed with very good tast. His studio is also intact. The audio guide is excellent and an absolute asset to your visit. This is a rare opportunity to see the way a great artist lived with everything perfectly preserved in an exceptional and beautiful home and lovely small gardens and water features.
Gabriela Aslı Rino Nesin | jul. 12, 2018
Beautiful museum, small and manageable in and hour or two. Very cheap entry too. Strongly recommend it
César Orille Museums & Gyms | jun. 25, 2018
This unique museum is the house were the painter Sorolla lived with his family. The house garden is lovely. The museum is not very large, the admission is 3€.
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