Its design was ordered by Charles III (1716-1788), king of Spain and Naples but it was inaugurated by Fernando VII in the beginning of the 19th century. It displays a valuable collection of paintings of German, Flemish, French, Italian and Spanish origin.
Mandado construir por Carlos III (1716-1788), rei de Espanha e Nápoles, inaugurou-o Fernando VII no início do séc. XIX. Possui valiosa colecção de pintura de origem Alemã, Flamenga, Francesa, Italiana e Espanhola.
Alejo Antonilez (17th century)-'the scourging of Christ (Matthew 27, 25)'-oil on panel
Fernando Yáñez de la Almedina (ca 1475-1536)-'Ressuscited Christ presents your mother to the Patriarchs in Limbo'-oil on panel
Pieter Coecke van Aelst (1502-1556)-'Holy Trinity'-oil on panel
Juan de Flandes (ca 1460-1519)-'the raising of Lazarus'-oil on panel-(1500-1510)
Andrea del Sarto (1486-1430)-'Madonna with Saints and one angel'-oil on panel-(1520-1550)