The Museum is entered via the staircase at the bottom of the garden, which is covered in its entirety with Valencian tiles. This was the entrance for business visitors during Sorolla’s lifetime.
The visit begins in the artist’s studios, three rooms (Halls I, II and III) of a similar architectural layout, with gabled roofs featuring skylights to provide overhead light, and wooden floors. These are painted in dark red, just as they would have been when Sorolla lived there.
Hall I was used as a workshop and storeroom for canvases and frames, and had no decoration. Today, it contains a selection of important canvases representing the different stages in the evolution of the artist’s style, such as My Children, White Slave Trade, Mother, The Horse Bath and The Pink Robe, and serves as an anteroom
Here you can enjoy listening explanations about some of the most popular paintings you can find in this room.
You can consult or download the information sheet which offers brief explanations about the room and the canvases exhibited in. Information Sheet- Room I