A fresco of the miraculous image of Maria Hilf in the church of Dreiheiligen in Innsbruck, Austria.
An Austrian miniature of St Anne and the two miraculous images of Mary venerated in Mariazell.
An 18th century engraving of a miraculous image of Mary venerated in Vienna, Austria.
The high altar in the baroque pilgrimage church of Hafnerberg, Austria.
The altar in the Franciscan church in Salzburg, Austria.
An engraving by Klauber of the miraculous image of Mary venerated in the Franciscan church in Salzburg, Austria.
Unsere Liebe Frau mit dem Geneigten Haupte
A lithograph of the miraculous image of Our Lady with the Bowed Head in the Carmelite church in Vienna.
A street shrine for Our Lady of Absam and the All Seeing Eye of God in Walchsee, Tyrol. The text reads “God sees everything”.
A vintage holy card from the pilgrimage church of Maria Plain outside Salzburg, Austria.
A woodcut of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows from the book ‘Quodlibetica decisio perpulchra et devota de septem doloribus Christi ferae virginis Mariae’, published in Lower Austria in 1501.
From the collection of the Bavarian State Library.
A postcard of the pilgrimage church and miraculous image of Maria Absam in Tyrol, Austria.
It is believed the image miraculously appeared on a window of local farm in 1797.
A house shrine for the Immaculate Conception in Tyrol.