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Room III of the Sorolla Museum during the lifetime of the painter

Sala III del Museo Sorolla en vida del pintor

Anonymous

Ca. 1921

Collodion

12,8 x 17,8 cm

Nº Inv. 81057

Partial view of the Studio of Sorolla around 1921. In it can be seen the Portrait of Unamuno on an easel, still unframed, which Sorolla painted for the Hispanic Society of New York or the works After Bathing, Valencia and Time for a Bathe, Valencia which today are still hanging in the same spot.

The photograph shows how well-kept the studio of Sorolla still is nowadays. A comfortable and well decorated studio-living-room where the artist worked with his disciples and entertained with elegance. A workplace but also a meeting place, a bohemian but welcoming place, and a space in which to enthrall the client with a beautiful display of his own work amongst other examples of great art.

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