The Palacio Gravina del Conde de Lumiares palace is another historical monument in Alicante that has become a museum. The first thing that will amaze you about this noble 18th century building, is the perfect condition of its magnificent architecture, a jewel in the old part, located between the Postiguet wall and the stairs of Santa María. The next surprise is the Museo de Bellas Artes (MUBAG) itself, its modern museum design vividly contrasting with the old architecture. The collection began in 1838, on the initiative of the Provincial Government of Alicante, which received many religious works of art from the disendowment, such as the "Calvario de Cristo", by Rodrigo de Osona. Since then, it has grown with the work of well-known Spanish artists (Antoni Tàpies, Rafael Canogar, Luis Feito), exchange agreements with other museums and private donations.
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