The Sorolla Legacy Society
The Sorolla Legacy Society was named after artist Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida, whose painting of Maria en La Granja (oil on canvas, 1907, gift of Mr. Archer M. Huntington in memory of his mother, Arabella D. Huntington) was the first painting gifted to the Museum’s permanent collection in 1925.
Individuals who designate The San Diego Museum of Art as a beneficiary in their wills, living trusts, life insurance policies or in irrevocable trusts of various kinds, are recognized in perpetuity as members of our Sorolla Legacy Society. This is a meaningful way to leave a legacy to the Museum without having to part with cash or other assets during lifetime. Membership also includes invitations to special events throughout the year.
To learn more about the Sorolla Legacy Society, or how to designate the Museum in bequest gifts, please contact Sarah Falvo in our Development Office by email or call 619.696.1993.