It is situated in the place of the previous Convento de la Orden Merced Calzada Convent of the Religious Order Merced Calzada. It was established by St Pedro Nolasco in one of the grounds surrendered by Fernando III, after the triumph Seville. This building is a case of the Andalusian Mannerism sorted out in three yards and also different religious circles. It houses a gathering that takes in from the Middle Ages, from the XII to the XV Century, and, particularly, Barroque and Romanesque painting XVII and XIX Centuries.
It is especially intriguing the show of Seville painting and Spanish figure from the XV to the XX Century. From the XVII Century we should feature Velázquez, Zurbarán, Murillo, Alonso Cano and Valdés Leal, and additionally works of craftsmen, for example, El Greco, Lucas Cranach and specialists from the XIX Century, in Romantic style in which prevalent and unadulterated topics prevail, and additionally scenes. The exhibition hall is thought to be the second most critical Spanish craftsmanship display.