After the great success at the National Gallery in London, the first major exhibition in Italy dedicated to the Spanish master of light Joaquin Sorolla Y Bastida (1863-1923). Sorolla fixes on canvas the beaches of the Mediterranean and the characters that crowd them, giving us an original slice of the Belle Époque. An artist who anticipates the techniques of photography giving unprecedented glimpses, protagonist of luminism and portraitist of great international fame.

an exhibition City of Milan Culture, Palazzo Reale and CMS.Cultura in collaboration with the Sorolla Museum and the Sorolla Museum Foundation

curated by Micol Forti and Consuelo Luca de Tena

catalog of Skira editore

main sponsor Unipol Group

Opening Times

From tuesday to sunday h 10-19.30. Thursdays h 10-22.30 (last admission 1 h before)
Closed on mondays.
Holidays 17,18,25 april and 1 may h 10-19.30, 2 june 10-22.30, 10-19.30 (last admission 1 h before).