Joaquin Sorolla, ‘Manuel Bartolome Cossio’ (detail), 1908

Portraits by Joaquin Sorolla at the Prado Museum (until Jun 18) combines works from the museum’s collection and loans to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Spanish master’s death. This selection offers a comprehensive overview of Sorolla’s evolution as a portraitist, a skill which brought him international recognition in the early 20th century. The subjects include past members of the Prado’s Board of Trustees Manuel Bartolome Cossio, author of the first great monograph about El Greco, and Francisco Giner de los Rios and Aureliano de Beruete y Moret, Son, who as director of the Prado created the first room dedicated to El Greco.