Um dos que mais gostei foi o Madre em que Sorolla pinta a sua mulher Clotilde a filha recém nascida, um dos mais bonitos pela sua vontade de capturar este momento importante da sua vida.
Depois de visitar a Casa fiz um pequeno passeio pelos jardins, fontes, coloridos azulejos, cadeiras em vários recantos acolhedores que foram se duvida inspiradores para o pintor.
A casa conta também com um pátio de inspiração andaluza. A entrada custa 3€ e é um pequeno preço a pagar por um tipo de museu que começa cada vez mais a ser do meu agrado juntando se á minha lista de favoritos em Madrid.
We are in Sorolla’s home and the first room we see the first pictures of the family and one of his most famous works El Baño del Caballo. There are several works where the beach serves as a backdrop and almost all in Valencia, on the second floor in time we can see some Sorolla exhibition of photographs while painting some of his most important works with his feet in the sea. Your studio is one of the best preserved in Europe and we can see the brushes he used besides other materials. It had an excellent light and here we find works such as the Paseo a Orillas del Mar who joins a series of when he was with his family in Biarritz. One that I liked the most was the Mother in which Sorolla painted his wife Clotilde with their newborn daughter, one of the nicest because of his desire to capture this important moment of his life. After visiting the house I had a short walk through the gardens, fountains, colored tiles, chairs in several cozy corners that were no doubt inspiring to the painter. The house also has an Andalusian inspired courtyard. Admission is € 3 and is a small price to pay for a kind of museum that begins increasingly to be of my liking and is joining my list of favorites in Madrid.
Morada: Paseo del General Martínez Campos, 37
Metro: Rubén Dario