Max Weiler at work on the portrait of Governor Silvius Magnago, 1979

"Human is after all not only the exterior, the face, the body, but much more what is inside." (Max Weiler, 1961)


"The posture of a human being posing for a portrait is characteristic. And how he is composed into the picture. This completely mutual tuning together, falling together, flowing together. Therefore, the format of a portrait must be adapted to the posture, which is characteristic." (Max Weiler, 1963)

Portrait of Karl Rudolf, 1935
Oil on plywood
146,5 x 74 cm
Self-portrait, 1939
Oil on canvas
22 x 22 cm
Self-portrait, 1947
Egg tempera on paper
88 x 60 cm
Self-portrait, 1949
Oil on canvas
66,5 x 66,5 cm
Portrait of Gottfried Hohenauer, 1950
Egg tempera on plywood
105 x 92 cm
Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum, Innsbruck
Portrait of Ludwig von Ficker, 1956
Egg tempera on canvas
100 x 100 cm
Sammlung Dichand, Wien
Portrait of Ludwig von Ficker, 1957
Oil, egg tempera on canvas
153 x 115 cm
Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum, Innsbruck
Portrait of Johann Joham, 1957, 1957
Oil, egg tempera on canvas
150 x 115 cm
Belvedere, Wien
Portrait of Clemens Holzmeister as Rector of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts, 1959
Oil, egg tempera on canvas
130 x 110 cm
Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum, Innsbruck
Portrait of Alois Lugger, Mayor of the City of Innsbruck, 1964
Egg tempera on canvas
96 x 130 cm
Stadtarchiv Innsbruck
Portrait of Governor Silvius Magnago, 1979
Egg tempera on canvas
128 x 164 cm
Privatsammlung Bozen
Portrait of Governor Eduard Wallnöfer, 1972
Egg tempera on canvas
120 x 165 cm
Land Tirol Landessammlung, Innsbruck
Portrait of Herbert Batliner as Honorary Senator of the University of Innsbruck, 1987
Egg tempera on canvas
120 x 160 cm
Albertina, Wien - Sammlung Batliner
Portrait of Richard Spängler, 1992
Egg tempera on canvas
100 x 100 cm
Bankhaus Carl Spängler und Co. AG, Salzburg
Self-portrait, 1990
Egg tempera on handmade paper
61 x 53 cm