All the Sorollas from the Masaveu collection in Valencia

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Discover 46 paintings by the renowned Valencian painter at the Museum of Fine Arts

The largest collection of Sorolla's works will be at the Museum of Fine Arts in Valencia from June 29 to October 1. How ‘bout that!

And this isn't any old collection.

The Masaveu Collection is one of the most important private collections in Spain, boasting no fewer than 46 works by Joaquín Sorolla, also known as “the painter of light” because of the techniques he used to depict atmospheres like no one else.

Thanks to the interest of Pedro Masaveu Peterson (1938-1993), one of the main backers of this compilation, the Masaveu Collection has acquired the largest number of works by Joaquín Sorolla.

It not only stands out for the number of pieces, but also for the excellent quality of each one, which, together, allow us to understand the pictorial evolution of this artistic genius of the 19th century.

It also ranks third in volume and importance on the international stage, surpassed only by the collections of two public institutions: the Sorolla Museum in Madrid, and the Hispanic Society of America in New York.

Impressive, isn't it?

Don't miss this chance to see it!


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    Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 am to 8 pm.

  • Place

    Carrer de Sant Pius V, 9, 46010 València

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Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia San PIO V, Calle San Pío V, Valencia, España

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