Max Weiler's first wall paintings in Petersberg castle "Mountains" and "Plants", 1931
(Both were destroyed in World War II)
Primary school in Kitzbühel, 1951
Hofgärtnerei in Innsbruck: "Aerial Creatures and Plants", 1954
Stockyard in Imst: "Arma Christi with Bull", 1958
Tyrolean Students’ Home in Wien-Neuwaldegg, 1964
Federal Agricultural Research Institute at Hirschstetten, 1994

Burg Petersberg near Silz. First murals, destroyed


World Exhibition in Paris. Austrian chapel in the Papal pavilion: "Bond in the Blood of the Son", stained glass window, 100 x 300 cm, destroyed


Theresienkirche in Innsbruck/Hungerburg: "Veneration of the Heart of Jesus", 1946, fresco, approx. 700 x 765 cm; "St. John resting on Christ’s Chest and the Mount of Olives", 1947, fresco, approx. 700 x 595 cm; "Heart of Jesus Sun", 1947, fresco, approx. 700 x 665 cm; "Lance Wound", 1947, fresco, approx. 700 x 580 cm


Primary school in Gallzein, mural, 350 x 450 cm


Elementary school in Wattens: "Tree of Life", sgraffito, approx. 500 x 470 cm


Five wayside shrines on the road between Innsbruck and Hall in the Tyrol: "The Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary", Keim mineral paints/Eternit, approx. 90 x 60 cm each Primary school in Kitzbühel: "The Four Seasons", Keim mineral paints, approx. 700 x 600 cm Friedenskirche in Linz-Urfahr: "The Revelation of St. John", fresco, approx. 1000 x 900 cm Farmhouse in Grins near Landeck: "Margarete Maultasch", fresco, approx. 250 x 200 cm


Chapel at the Magnesite Works in Lanersbach: "Guardian Angel with Worker", fresco, approx. 200 x 380 cm Boys’ Grammar School in Hall in the Tyrol: "Emperor Maximilian", fresco, 550 x 520 cm


Dr. Zecha’s house in Innsbruck-Mentlberg: "Angel in the Garden", Keim mineral paints, approx. 250 x 400 cm Dining room in the former Hotel Tyrol in Innsbruck: "Archduke Ferdinand II and Philippine Welser at Schloß Ambras", Keim mineral paints, approx. 420 x 670 cm


Court Garden in Innsbruck: "Air and Plant Beings", Keim mineral paints, 300 x 425 cm University Clinic in Innsbruck: "Joyful Composition", glass tile mosaic, 110 x 140 cm; "Story of Tobias", glass tile mosaic, 140 x 215 cm


Ticket hall in Innsbruck‘s main railway station: "Innsbruck’s History", 1954, Keim mineral paints, 600 x 1000 cm; "Innsbruck’s Present", 1955, Keim mineral paints, 800 x 1200 cm


Appartment building in Wörgl: "Dancing Children", sgraffito


Gasthof Breinößl in Innsbruck: "Landscape", mosaic column, approx. 200 cm high Hotel Clima-Hiesmayr in Innsbruck: mosaic made of Spalt and ceramic tiles, approx. 850 x 500 cm Children’s home in Hall in the Tyrol: stone mosaic Block of flats in Innsbruck-Pradl: stone mosaic


Stockyard in Imst: "Arma Christi with Bull", mosaic made of glazed ceramic tiles, approx. 700 x 600 cm Commemorative column to Hofrat Menardi, near Matrei on road to the Brenner Pass: "Figures and Tyrolean Churches", mosaic, approx. 300 cm high Apartment building in Innsbruck-Innrain: stained glass set in concrete, 150 x 155 cm University Children’s Eye Clinic in Innsbruck: murals and ceiling paintings, egg tempera


Chapel of the Sisters of the Eucharist in Salzburg-Herrnau: "The Lamb as It Had Been Slain", stained glass set in concrete, 500 x 800 cm


Highschool in Lienz, canopy wall: ceramic tiles, 203 x 659 cm Großer Stadtsaal in Innsbruck: Two wall friezes, Keim mineral paints, 270 x 2825 cm each


Church of Maria am Gestade in Innsbruck-Sieglanger: "While All Things…", stained glass set in concrete, 320 x 2800 cm


Tyrolean Students’ Home in Wien-Neuwaldegg: mural, Keim mineral paints/plaster, 650 x 250 cm Bank für Tirol und Vorarlberg in Mayrhofen: mural, Keim mineral paints/plaster, 650 x 450 cm Apartment building in Hall in the Tyrol: sgraffito, 725 x 490 cm


Parish church in Uettingen, Germany: stained glass window, 250 x 250 cm


Tiroler Landestheater in Innsbruck: Iron safety curtain, egg tempera/canvas glued on iron, 1000 x 1100 cm


Parish church in Mayrhofen: "Rose of Jericho", egg tempera/canvas glued on plaster, 650 x 650 cm


Raiffeisenbank in Lienz: "Joyful Landscape", egg tempera/canvas, 225 x 600 cm


University Children’s Eye Clinic in Innsbruck in Innsbruck: "Fairytale", egg tempera/canvas, 123.5 x 232.5 cm


Girozentrale in Vienna: "World of Growth", egg tempera/canvas, 380 x 360 cm


Salzburger Landesausstellung: Auditorium 4 in the exhibition "Mozart – Images and Sounds": "Like a Symphony", 1990, Egg tempera/canvas, 500 x 630 cm.


Innsbruck Casino: "Joyful Composition", 1992, egg tempera/canvas, 300 x 600 cm; "Golden Rain and Black Tree", 1993, egg tempera/canvas, 300 x 600 cm; "Introduction", 1993, egg tempera/canvas, 300 x 600 cm


Federal Agricultural Research Institute at Hirschstetten just outside Vienna: "From the Life of a Peasant", egg tempera/canvas, 210 x 660 cm