The four altars of the transept which you see from this point are all works of Franz Käßmann (1751-1837).
From left to right:
- The Cross Altar (1)
- The Twelve Apostle Altar (2)
- The Fourteen Helpers-in-Need Altar (3)
- The Julius Altar (4) with his relics.
In addition, Käßmann created the Entombment of Christ (5) with the two angels in the Werdenberg Chapel on your left as well as the pulpit (6), next to you on your right.
The Baroque altar (around 1660) in the Werdenberg Chapel in front of you is the oldest preserved altar of Saint Michael Church. Its altarpiece depicts the Sheperds‘ Adoration of Christ by Franz Anton Maulbertsch (around 1755).
The paintings of the Apostle Altar and Helpers-in-Need-Altar come from preexisting altars and both are the work of Tobias Pock around 1640.