by Helmut Buschhausen.
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The Verdun Altar is the monastery’s most precious art possession and one of the most important artworks of the . Owing to the Altar, his oldest preserved work, Nikolaus von Verdun can thus be regarded as a forerunner of the Gothic style.
The Verdun Altar is the monastery’s most precious art possession and one of the most important artworks of the Middle Ages. It is commonly known as the Verdun Altar after its creator Nikolaus von Verdun, even though the Altar has nothing to do with the French city of that name and was made in Klosterneuburg. Today the Altar can be seen in St. Leopold’s Chapel and is the highlight of the Sacred Tour. The history of the Altar. Includes bibliographical references (p. 165-166) and index.
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41. Helmut Buschausen, ‘The Theological Sources of the Klosterneuburg Altarpiece’, in The Year 1200: A Symposium, Introduced by Geffrey Hoffeld (New York: The Metropolotan Museum of Arts, 1975), pp. 119–29.
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Show Summary Details. The only signed work by Nicholas of Verdun, the metalwork which adorned the former ambo in the Klosterneuburg Monastery, was integrated into a foldable altarpiece around 1330 and thus transformed into a new medium. Besides being reframed, it was combined with new monumental paintings on the rear side of the triptych.