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Late Gothic altar panels
Medieval imagery in the Neustift art gallery
In the 15th and early 16th centuries, the most famous Tyrolean artists from Michael Pacher’s circle created what is probably the most important collection of Late Gothic altars in Tyrol. What is left of these winged altars is now divided between the art gallery in Neustift’s museum and Munich, where they have been ever since they were removed from the abbey in around 1810.
The main works of the Neustift collection of paintings include the St Augustine panels, the ‘Holy Kinship’ by the anonymous Master of Uttenheim and the almost fully preserved St Catherine altar by Friedrich Pacher.