Gravina Museum of Fine Arts (Spanish: Museo de Bellas Artes Gravina, MUBAG) is located in the city of Alicante, Spain in the Palacio del Conde de Lumiares, a four floor building constructed between 1748 and 1808 and declared a historical monument.
The museum is devoted to painting and sculpture of Alicante from the sixteenth century to the early decades of the twentieth century. In the museum there are nearly 500 works from funds of the provincial council, including a sculpture by Francisco Salzillo, and a portrait of Ferdinand VII by Valencian painter Vicente López Portaña. The museum has also several works of the most important regional painters of the nineteenth century: Antonio Gisbert, Joaquín Agrasot, Lorenzo Casanova, and Fernando Cabrera. These works reflect the major trends of the nineteenth: historicism, customs, portraits, landscapes.
The museum is open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-2pm & 4pm-8pm, and Sunday 10am-2pm. Admission to the museum is free.