This exhibition showcases the previous work Sorolla did before he ended the whole paintings that the Hispanic Society of America have ordered him and shows all creative process made during a decade by the Spanish painter. In order to achieve all this information, Sorolla travelled all around Spanish territory and caught all light, colours, mores and traditions of each region in order to finally create all his paintings “Castilla, Andalucia, Aragón, Navarra, País Vasco, Cataluña, Galicia, Extremadura and Valencia”.
The sketches of “Views of Spain” are the best example to understand the enormous work Sorolla did and demonstrate their artistic and historical value. Surely Sorolla managed to capture and convert light into art and the everyday reality of the regions of our country. You can visit Sorolla in valencia, in in the Bancaja Cultural.
The exhibition can be visited from Tuesday to Saturday from 10-14 and 17-21 hours in the Bancaja Cultural Centre in Valencia (Plaza de Tetuan, 23) with an input of 2 euros and Sundays, 10 to 14 hours, free entrance.