The Dom Museum Wien Collections
Permanent exhibition
Deposition of Christ, c. 1330-1340. Dom Museum Wien 
Photo: Deinhardstein, Rastl
Deposition of Christ, c. 1330-1340. Dom Museum Wien
Photo: Deinhardstein, Rastl
The ”Treasury” at Dom Museum Wien.
Photo: Hertha Hurnaus
The ”Treasury” at Dom Museum Wien.
Photo: Hertha Hurnaus
Syrian Glass Bottles (Detail), around 1280. Dom Museum Wien , on loan from St. Stephen´s Cathedral
Photo: Deinhardstein, Rastl
Syrian Glass Bottles (Detail), around 1280. Dom Museum Wien , on loan from St. Stephen´s Cathedral
Photo: Deinhardstein, Rastl
Madonna of Erlach, c. 1320-1330. Dom Museum Wien
Photo: Deinhardstein, Rastl
Madonna of Erlach, c. 1320-1330. Dom Museum Wien
Photo: Deinhardstein, Rastl
Shrine madonna, 
c. 1410. Dom Museum Wien
On loan from the Schwarzau Parish at Steinfeld, Lower Austria
Photo: Deinhardstein, Rastl
Shrine madonna,
c. 1410. Dom Museum Wien
On loan from the Schwarzau Parish at Steinfeld, Lower Austria
Photo: Deinhardstein, Rastl
The ”chapel” on the upper floor at Dom Museum Wien.
Photo: Hertha Hurnaus
The ”chapel” on the upper floor at Dom Museum Wien.
Photo: Hertha Hurnaus
Portrait of Rudolf IV, Duke of Austria, around 1360. . Dom Museum Wien , on loan from St. Stephen´s Cathedral
Photo: Deinhardstein, Rastl
Portrait of Rudolf IV, Duke of Austria, around 1360. . Dom Museum Wien , on loan from St. Stephen´s Cathedral
Photo: Deinhardstein, Rastl
The portrait of Rudolf IV. (14th c.), and two Syrian glass bottles (13th c) in the ”Treasury” at Dom Museum Wien.
Photo: Lena Deinhardstein
The portrait of Rudolf IV. (14th c.), and two Syrian glass bottles (13th c) in the ”Treasury” at Dom Museum Wien.
Photo: Lena Deinhardstein
Epitaph Picture of Johannes Geus, 1440. Dom Museum Wien
Photo: Deinhardstein, Rastl
Epitaph Picture of Johannes Geus, 1440. Dom Museum Wien
Photo: Deinhardstein, Rastl
The permanent exhibition at Dom Museum Wien.
Photo: Hertha Hurnaus
The permanent exhibition at Dom Museum Wien.
Photo: Hertha Hurnaus
Spired Monstrance of Prigglitz (Detail), 1515. Dom Museum Wien
Photo: Deinhardstein, Rastl
Spired Monstrance of Prigglitz (Detail), 1515. Dom Museum Wien
Photo: Deinhardstein, Rastl
The permanent exhibition at Dom Museum Wien.
Photo: Hertha Hurnaus
The permanent exhibition at Dom Museum Wien.
Photo: Hertha Hurnaus
Reliquary of Saint Leopold (Detail), 1588. Dom Museum Wien
On loan from the St. Leopold Parish, Vienna 
Photo: Deinhardstein, Rastl
Reliquary of Saint Leopold (Detail), 1588. Dom Museum Wien
On loan from the St. Leopold Parish, Vienna
Photo: Deinhardstein, Rastl
The Dom Museum Wien Collections
Permanent Exhibition
Since its foundation in 1933 the museum’s holdings comprise its own collection as well as permanent loans from St. Stephen’s Cathedral and from other ecclesiastical institutions in the Archdiocese of Vienna. Sculptures, altar paintings, liturgical objects, and manuscripts all attest to the fact that the Catholic Church has been a major patron and promoter of developments in European art for over 2000 years.
The dialogue between art and the church continues to this day, as is evidenced by the extensive collection of Monsignor Otto Mauer, a priest and art connoisseur. Since our museum’s relaunch, the expansion of Mauer’s legendary collection and, with it, the promotion of contemporary art have moved to the center of our activities.
Highlights
 
Sunday, 18. August 2019, 15.00 - 16.00
 
Guided Tour
Dom Museum Wien

Madonnas, altarpieces, liturgical devices, textiles and manuscripts. An English language tour of exquisite sacred works of art and highlights of the cathedral treasury - the multi-faceted personality of Duke Rudolf IV still fascinates to this day.   Continue
Familienatelier (Schultüten)
 
Thursday, 29. August 2019, 15.00 - 16.30
 
Workshop
Dom Museum Wien

Inspiriert von Herzog Rudolfs Porträt gestaltest du deine eigene Schultüte…   Continue
Familienatelier
 
Saturday, 14. September 2019, 15.00 - 16.30
 
Workshop
Dom Museum Wien

Unter den kostbaren Schätzen im Dom Museum findet sich auch ein kleines Krokodil. Es hat sich allerdings sehr gut versteckt.    Continue
Highlights
 
Sunday, 15. September 2019, 15.00 - 16.00
 
Guided tour
Dom Museum Wien

Madonnen, Altarbilder, liturgische Geräte, Textil- und Buchkunst. Ein Rundgang zu auserlesenen sakralen Kunstwerken und Höhepunkten des Domschatzes - die facettenreiche Persönlichkeit Herzog Rudolfs IV. fasziniert bis heute.   Continue
Kunstachterl
 
Thursday, 19. September 2019, 18.00 - 19.00
 
Rundgang und Wein
Dom Museum Wien

Zwei ikonische Gesichter der Kunstgeschichte treten uns gegenüber – eigentlich sind es sogar drei...   Continue
Historische Schätze
 
Sunday, 22. September 2019, 15.00 - 16.00
 
Guided tour
Dom Museum Wien

Einen der eindrucksvollsten Schwerpunkte des Dom Museum Wien bildet die reiche Palette an gotischer Kunst. Von Tafelmalereien über Holzskulpturen bis zu Textilien, Büchern...     Continue
Kaleidoskop
 
Sunday, 29. September 2019, 15.00 - 16.00
 
Guided tour
Dom Museum Wien

Hören Sie eine Einführung in die spannende Biographie des Priesters und Kunstförderers Otto Mauer und betrachten Sie Werke bekannter Künstlerinnen und Künstler, die sich einst in seinem Besitz befanden.    Continue
Art, Religion, Society
Ed. Johanna Schwanberg
Essays and interviews by / with: Dieter Bogner, Daniela Hammer-Tugendhat, Otto Kapfinger, Michael Viktor Schwarz, Günter Rombold, Friedhelm Mennekes SJ, Gustav Schörghofer SJ, Monika Leisch-Kiesl, Johanna Schwanberg, u.v.a.

Format: 27 x 21 cm
580 Pages
Numerous illustrations and photographs
Language: English (German)
Publisher: De Gruyter
2017
ISBN: 978-3-11-048250-8
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This volume commemorates the re-opening of Dom Museum Wien and presents fascinating items from the collections, as well as an account of the architectural re-design of the building, with text and images. Well-known authors analyze selected historic exhibits from the Middle Ages and the Baroque period, elaborating new perspectives.
Similarly, the essays on the legendary art patron Otto Mauer open up a new understanding of his activities supporting post-war avant-garde artists. Another part of the publication covers the architectural challenges of creating a contemporary museum within a historic context. The multifaceted volume closes with dialogues amongst the most important mediators between art and the church.