Weiler's five wayside shrines on the road from Innsbruck to Hall in the Tyrol (1950/51) constitute a very distinctive pictorial document. They recall an old tradition that found its most famous expression in the 14 stations of the cross. Weiler derived his themes from the iconography of the "Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary", a form of prayer that is clearly based on a series of recurring elements. Weiler thus demarcates a stretch of road and, carrying on from much earlier models, arrives at a kind of pictorial performance that has been further pursued in Modernism in many different ways.

He who was resurrected from the dead, 1950/51
Keim mineral paints on eternit
ca. 90 x 60 cm
He who ascended into heaven, 1950/51
Keim mineral paints on eternit
ca. 90 x 60 cm
Design for "He who ascended into heaven", 1950/51
Egg tempera on paper
81,3 x 62 cm
He who sent us the holy ghost, 1950/51
Keim mineral paints on eternit
ca. 90 x 60 cm
Design for "He who sent us the holy ghost", 1950/51
Indian ink on paper
50 x 40,2 cm
He who received you, oh virgin, into heaven, 1950/51
Keim mineral paints on eternit
ca. 90 x 60 cm
Design for "He who received you, oh virgin, into heaven", 1949
Eitempera auf Papier
77,3 x 51 cm
Jesuiten Wien
He who crowned you, oh virgin, in heaven, 1950/51
Keim mineral paints on eternit
ca. 90 x 60 cm