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in From 0 to 100

Five of the 11 rooms of the exhibition From 0 to 100 invite viewers to tune into Christmastide

There is an angel abroad, and a painting of St Barbara, on whose liturgical day (4 December) branches or twigs cut from fruit trees are placed in a vase of water; blossoming on Christmas Eve, they are said to bring good luck in the New Year.
There are representations of the Virgin, also with the Christchild, and nativity scenes as described in the Gospels of St Luke and St Matthew – as for instance the Nativity, the Adoration of the Shepherds and the Adoration of the three Magi, as well as the Flight to Egypt and the Presentation of Christ in the Temple.

Residenzgalerie Salzburg, floor plan, © 2023 Anneliese Kaar, Salzburg


Room 0

Adoration of the Shepherds

Adoration of the Shepherds, c 1729

Pierre Subleyras

Inv. no. 292

Adoration of the three Magi

Adoration of the three Magi, c 1729

Pierre Subleyras

Inv. no. 293

Presentation of Christ

Presentation of Christ

Michel Corneille called the Younger

Inv. no. 294

St Barbara

St Barbara, c 1460/70

Meister der Lieferinger Bilder/Master of the Liefering Paintings

Inv. no. 33


Nativity, c 1520

Battista di Niccolò Luteri di called Dossi

Inv. no. 391



Carlo Saraceni called Carlo Veneziano

Inv. no. 393

Virgin and Child

Virgin and Child

Caspar de Crayer

Inv. no. 477


Angel, 1692

Meinrad Guggenbichler, Werkstatt/Workshop

Inv. no. 510

, c 1535

Joos van Cleve

Inv. no. 560

Holy Family with St Elizabeth and the young St John the Baptist

Holy Family with St Elizabeth and the young St John the Baptist, c 1690

Giovanni Battista Gaulli called Baciccio

Inv. no. 565