The miraculous statue of Our Lady of Hammerthal in the Heilig-Geist-kirche (church of the Holy Spirit) in Munich, Germany.
The Gothic Madonna gained fame in the 17th century, when a sick woman was healed after praying before the image. The devotion to Our Lady of Hammerthal subsequently became one of Munich’s most popular baroque cults.
A vintage postcard of the Pacher altar in the parish church of St Wolfgang in Austria, dedicated to Mary’s coronation in Heaven.
A detail of the Pacher altar in the parish church of St Wolfgang in Austria, depicting Mary’s coronation in Heaven.
A Gothic Madonna in Riesenfeld, Germany.
A Gothic Madonna in the basilica of St Kastor in Koblenz, Germany.
The Gothic Madonna on the high altar of the church of St James in Levoča, Slovakia.
The miraculous gothic Madonna venerated in the pilgrimage church of Rankweil, Austria.
The late medieval altar of Our Lady of the Rosary in the Lutheran cathedral of Västerås, Sweden.
A Gothic Madonna in the church of St Sebald in Nuremberg, Bavaria. The sculpture was created in about 1420.
The miraculous image of Mary in the mister of Unserer Lieben Frau in Zwiefalten, Germany.