The Museo Sorolla, unlike a number of museums for individual artists that consist of their house and/or studio arranged as much as possible as it was when in use by the artist, also houses numerous works by Sorolla.
The studio setup includes not only his easels and palettes, but the the painting Sorolla was working on when he suffered the stroke that left him unable to continue.
Pittenger has chronicled his visit to the museum with a number of photographs of the house and studio, along with details of some of the paintings, which he has been kind enough to post in fairly high resolution.
The latter include a rare treat, an unfinished work, in which we see some parts finished in Sorolla’s mature style, side by side with passages that are still in the early stages of development; giving us a glimpse of his working methods.
For more, see my post on Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida.