Fall of the Angels - Michaelerkirche ( View Larger). by Lee d'Entremont

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The high altar was designed in 1782 by Jean-Baptiste d’Avrange. It is decorated with the monumental alabaster Rococo sculpture “Fall of the Angels” (1782) by the Italian sculptor Lorenzo Mattielli. It represents a cloudburst of angels and cherubs, falling from the ceiling towards the high altar. It was the last major Baroque work completed in Vienna.

St. Michael’s Church – Michaelerkirche

Boroque Altar
Vienna, Austria


  • James Zickmantel
    James Zickmantelover 4 years ago

    Michaelerkirche?! Amazing! I’m going to have to look it up some more thanks. Oh St.Micheal’s Church right.

  • St. Michaels Church is right. This altar blows my mind. Ypou have to see it too believe it. I have a few more shots of this, I’ll look for them for you.

    – Lee d'Entremont

  • billyboy
    billyboyover 4 years ago

    Wow. This is like the wall behind Pacino’s desk in Devil’s Advocate!
    Like how you frame your sculptures… it’s often not necessary to see them in context with their surroundings.
    Great shot!

  • Exactly!!! That’s what I thought when I first saw this Altar.
    Thanks for the Compliment.

    – Lee d'Entremont

  • Tony Brown
    Tony Brownover 4 years ago

    This is truly amazing !

  • Thanks TB!

    – Lee d'Entremont

  • biddumy
    biddumyover 3 years ago

    25.07.2011 congrats on making it to the top 10!!!

  • Thank You So Very Much!!!

    – Lee d'Entremont

  • EBArt
    EBArtabout 2 years ago

    Wonderful in B&W!

  • Thank You So Much!!!

    – Lee d'Entremont

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