Ladislaus Weiss

ladislaus weiss

Location: Germany

Born in 1946.03.15 in Novisad / Serbia.
Relocated to West Germany 12 years later.
1966-1967 Studied Painting at the Merz-Akademie in Stuttgart from
the following Year at the " Freie Kunstschule Stuttgart "
and the " Staatliche Akademie der bildenden Künste Stuttgart
"Art University Stuttgart"

1969 - 1974
Major classes: Painting (Prof. Hans Neuner & Prof. Rudoph Haegele)
Abstract art (Prof. Sonderboorg)
Drawing (Prof. Peter Grau)
Art History Seminars (Prof. Fegers/Prof. Kermer
Act & Anatomy (Prof. Alfred Hrdlica)

1972 Ladislaus Weiss had his first single exhibition in Stuttgart- Böblingen.

1975 Ladislaus Weiss meets the philosopher Hans Krämer, who taught philosophy & ethics in Tübingen. Krämer made Weiss his only private scholar. He became a big influence in Weiss' life as well as a friend to his present day.

1977 The The prestigious "pictor doctus" title is being awarded to Ladislaus Weiss by his mentor Hans Krämer.

Many exhibitions did follow in Germany and in other countries (Austria, Italy, Holland, France)

1983 The city art gallery of Stuttgart-Herrenberg honored Ladislaus Weiss with their 100th jubilee exhibition.

1983 - 1986 Weiss founded the "civic school of fine arts" Herrenberg/Stuttgart
There he was the director of studies for fine arts. 1988 Ladislaus Weiss also successfully founded and led his own private "Free school of fine art" Stuttgart/Böblingen which he eventually turned over to one of his Master Scholars.

Aside the books devoted entirely to his art there are numerous publications such as dictionaries and catalogues (in Germany and foreign countries) giving him honorable mention.

1992 - 1995 he was working with his school of fine arts Böblingen/ Stuttgart in collaboration with George Washington University, Wilmington Delaware. He received the designation of "Doctor honoris causa" (honorary doctor) PhD.


One cannot say that Weiss retrats to some kind of a private mystilism with his escatological landscape. weiss strives to transform vision into symbol - laden paintings but at the same time provides prelise evaluation of a position determination regattoind present and its reference to the future. his concern for the medium of art is a reflection of the epoch as an historical factor - line it has been done in the field of literature, philosophy and also science with other means of terms. weiss is a pictor doctus, a learned and adaptive painter, well - versed in the essentiacs of historical and cultural philosophy.

Prof. Dr. Phil. of Philosophy, Tübingen, 1977

Hans Krämer was teaching Philosophy at the University Tübigen (1976-1994)and than as guest professor in Vienna (1995). He was writing about 10 books 30 scientific essay. All his works were translated in different languages and is honorary citizen of Syrakus (city of Platon)

Center of his works were Philosopy, Ethics, Hermeneutik, theory of historic science and aesthetik.

Technique(s): oil, acryl, tempera, chalk, pencil, india ink


........of a time period in which new contents
i.e. measurements of value have to be applied
to society interactions........


........a mighty change that will result in aworld historical dawn
prior to a finalization as well as a new beginning of our very existence........

HOWEVER IT WILL BE PRECEDED........ a giant battle of totally opposing worldviews in which systems, peoples
and continents will crash........


........mankind must go through the infernoof self-destruction and mass way of thinking
through an entiely new orientationand under painful throes a new era will arise........


Ladislaus Weiss, Stuttgart 2006






from ladislaus weiss-germany

paintings are not created to decorate walls but so that we know where to find our spiritual

ladislaus weiss 1999

 the end of the industrial age (overview) “ the end of the industrial age (overview)”

oil/canwas circa 525 X 325 cm. (200 X 150 inches)
collection of state

psychology of a belated landscape “psychology of a belated landscape”

oil/canwas circa 160 X 120 cm. ( 70 X 50 inches
collection of state

 detail overview from: “ detail overview from:”

100 th Exhibition with Artworks of Ladislaus Weiss
in the City Gallery of Stuttgart / Herrenberg

 second big sol  second exhibition of ladislaus weiss in stuttgart/Germany “ second big sol second exhibition of ladislaus weiss in stuttgart/Germany”

Detail overiew:

left side: "Trojian Stillife (collection of Bank of State)
right side: "moonhaven/lunaport" collection of the City Stuttgart-Herrenberg-Germany

 begin of the third millenium (finish version) “ begin of the third millenium (finish version)”

oil, circa 230 X 165 cm. (95 X 68 inches)

level of  kings “level of kings”

acryl/mixmedium circa, 60 X 100 cm. (25 X 40 inches)

collection of the city stuttgart boeblingen-Germany

 Dream of Harplayer  I “ Dream of Harplayer I”

mixmedium, circa 50 X 60 cm. (20 X 25 inches)

collection of the state

Dream of Harplayer  II “Dream of Harplayer II”

mixmedium, circa 45 X 55 cm. 18 X 21 inches)

Eschatological Landscape “Eschatological Landscape”

oil/canvas circa 90 x 120 cm. ( 38 X 50 inches9

collection of state

Eschatological Landscape II “Eschatological Landscape II”

mixmedium, circa 70 x 120 cm ( 30 X 48 inches)
collection of state (ministry of arts Stuttgart-Germany)

 projekt arche noah II “ projekt arche noah II”

oil mixmedium circa 100 X 105 cm. (40 X 42 inches)
collection of the state

the beginig of the third millenium vinished version “the beginig of the third millenium vinished version ”

oil circa 235 X 175 cm. ( 95 X 70 inches)

status quo “status quo”

mixmedium, circa 70 X 105 cm. (27 X 41 inches)

private collection

the  apocalypse of nostradamus “the apocalypse of nostradamus”

Oil on canvas, circa 55 X 90 cm. (21 X 35 inches)
collection of Bank of State

the uncomplete Story “the uncomplete Story”

mixmedium, circa 50 x 100 cm. (25 X 50)
private collection

projekt arche noah II “projekt arche noah II”

oil-mixmedium circa 60 X 90 cm (24 X 38 inches)

projekt arche noah II No. 2 “projekt arche noah II No. 2”

oil-mixmedium circa 65 X 95 cm. (26 X 39 inches)

 the return of the Caprides “ the return of the Caprides”

Acril-mixmedium, circa 60 X 100 cm. (24 X 40 inches)

 the return of the Caprides II “ the return of the Caprides II”

mixmedium, circa 75 X 140 cm. (30 X 55 inches)

Begin of the golden Age  I “Begin of the golden Age I”

oil-acryl-medium circa 75 X 115 cm. (30 X 45 inches)