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St. Quirinus, Tegernsee, High Altar
We continue our altar week with this fine example of Bavarian late Gothic (we've visited this church some weeks ago). The 15th century painting was done by Gabriel Angler, several additional superstructures were executed by Gabriel Mäleßkircher. The monstrance below the painting (in the middle) is the only remnant of the former treasury of the Church: it was fabricated by Hans Kistler, a famous goldsmith of the 15th century. All other décor was done in early Baroque style during the refurbishment in the late 17th century.