Artists

Max Weiler

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    MAX WEILER
    AUF KÖRNIGEM STEIN GEZEICHNET - 1982
    Farblithographie, Exemplar: 13/100
    Blattgröße: 53,9 x 42,7 cm
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    MAX WEILER
    OHNE TITEL - 1991
    Eitempera auf Leinwand, 65 x 100 cm
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    MAX WEILER
    WELT DES KINDES - 1952
    Monotypie auf Papier, 61 x 43 cm
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    MAX WEILER
    GERINGEL - 1981
    Bleistift, Farbstifte auf Papier, 33 x 47,7 cm
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    MAX WEILER
    FRÜHLINGSWIND - 1997
    Farblithographie, Exemplar: 14/65
    Blattgröße: 40 x 40 cm
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    MAX WEILER
    GEWÄCHS - 1989
    Farblithographie, Exemplar: E.d.K.
    Blattgröße: 29 x 29 cm
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    MAX WEILER
    OHNE TITEL - 1971
    Radierung, Probedruck
    Plattengröße: 24,6 x 26 cm (43 x 36 cm)
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    MAX WEILER
    PFLANZE - 1997
    Radierung, Auflagenhöhe: 50 Exemplare
    Plattengröße: 30,5 x 24,8 cm (53,6 x 37,8 cm)
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    MAX WEILER
    GRAS UND BLUMEN - 1989
    Farblithographie, Exemplar: 116/120
    Blattgröße: 44,4 x 59,8 cm
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    MAX WEILER
    ADVENTBLUME – 1991
    Farblithographie, Exemplar: E.d.K.
    Blattgröße: 49,8 x 64,7 cm

Max Weiler was born in Tirol in 1910. Since 1930 he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts at Professor Karl Sterrer. Since 1935 he arranged numerous single and group shows at home and abroad. He went on a lot of study tours to Rome, Paris, Florence, Umbria, Belgium, Positano, Mexico, Caribbean, Kenya and the Indian Ocean and received several scholarships. Both in 1942 and 1945 he served as a soldier in the World War II. He was awarded many art prizes. Weiler took up several lectureships. The artist died in 2001 in Vienna. Max Weiler left a diverse painterly Oeuvre and is also one of the most important and prolific draftsmen of Europe of his generation. His art can be seen as a specific Austrian form of international modernism. Central motif in his art is the nature. He was deeply impressed by the Chinese landscape painting. He wanted to understand the nature as a whole, in its coming and going, trying to comprehend the spirit in nature and depict it in his art work.