It is located in a villa with nineteenth-century tower in the Plaza de las Flores, in units that are organized around a large colonnaded courtyard. This palace, which was home and hospital before their suitability for cultural uses, was admired by the writer Gonzalo Torrente Ballester in his Notebooks of the Roman. The magnificent collection donated by Angel Garó comedian hosts more than 300 pieces of art ranging from the S. XV to the present, where we can find oil paintings, watercolors, drawings, prints, sculptures, ceramics and ivory, as well as some furniture and decorative items. Among other highlight an oil on canvas by Mariano Salvador Maella entitled "Ascension of the Virgin" dating from S. XVIII, an oil on board "with cross on Christ" by Sebastiano del Piombo, a Nazarene in oil on canvas, by Juan Niño de Guevara and a collection of drawings and handwritten notes historical painter and portraitist of Queen Victoria of England George Hayter. Among the pieces of S. XIX, include paintings by Federico de Madrazo, Denis Belgrano, Enrique Simonet and Enrique Martinez Cubells, among others. The collection also includes drawings and Picasso reporgrafîas (including "Sculptor, model and sculpted bust", "Three Stars" and "Women resting", works by Rafael Alberti ("Odalisque") as well as parts of Federico Garcia Lorca ( "winking Pierrot" and "Woman with madroñera") and a collage with sandpaper Eduardo Arroyo, entitled "Chartmel." can also view pictures of the Walt Disney Factory. The exhibition is complemented by a collection of sculptures, among which is "St. Joseph with the baby Jesus" by Pedro de Mena, "Child of Passion of Josê de Mora, a sculptor Dolorosa Malaga Antonio Gutiêrrez de Leon and Martinez and the play" Angel Announcer ", attributed to more representative VIII century Spanish sculptor, Francisco housed. The collection also includes a selection of fans and feathers pearl handmade, dating from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, as well as a collection of porcelain and miniatures eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.