Iconography
ARCHITECTURE
Germany
Ottobeuren Abbey - Abbot's winter apartment (second floor) Corridor (Room 231)
MAGIC & SCIENCE
Geography
Topography Countries A-ZHoly Roman EmpireOttobeuren
Topography Countries A-ZHoly Roman EmpireSalzburgKollegienkirche
RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
Angels
Cycles of Biblical and hagiographic scenes involving angelsOttobeuren, Benediktinerabtei, Corridor in the Abbot's winter quarters (Franz Anton Erler, 1728-1729)
Holding objectsSword
Holding objectsBaton (military)
Holding objectsOlive branch
Various activitiesProtecting a town or a building
Further details
Dischinger pointed out that in place of the no-yet completed Abbey Church, here the Salzburg Kollegienkirche, the architecturally highly influential church of the university of the German-speaking Benedictines, is shown
ARTIST/CREATOR
Erler, Franz Anton (c1700-1745)
DATE
1728 - 1729
LOCATION
Ottobeuren (Swabia), Benediktinerabtei
Notes on photograph
COLLECTION
Digital only
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION
Gabriele Dischinger et al., Ottobeuren: Barocke Bildwelt des Klostergebäudes in Malerei und Plastik, vol. 2, Sankt Ottilien 2014, pp. 247-248, no. C
Acknowledgements
Photographed with kind permission of Ottobeuren Abbey
Contact
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