Room III was Sorolla’s studio and is undoubtedly the most impressive and representative space in the museum. It is also one of the best preserved and most complete artist studios that still exist. Sorolla’s original work utensils are on display, and it contains some of the artist's best known works.
The amplitude of this room bathed in natural light, thanks to the presence of large skylights and large windows, the abundance of personal items and work, and the quantity and quality of paintings that hang from the walls, make this area a unique place, frozen in time, where the personality of Sorolla manifests not only in his paintings , but also in an environment, in a space lived.
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 3