To your left is the Saint Anthony Chapel (1) with its Baroque lantern cupola with eight windows.
Right in front of you, in the Barnabite Chapel, is a ceiling fresco (2) by Carlo Innocenzo Carlone (around 1720). In God’s honor a heavenly choir plays music with the original instruments (lute, viola, de gamba, bassoon, and others) accompanying three singers.
In 1626 the Barnabites were called from Milan to Saint Michael Church in Vienna. The two altars of the chapel were built in 1826 to commemorate the two hundredth anniversary of the Barnabites‘ arrival.
The left altar is dedicated to the patron saint of the order, the apostle St. Paul (3), the right altar to Saint Alexander Sauli (4), patron saint of Corsica (in the middle of the altar painting) and to Saint Charles Borromeo (at the left of the painting).