Most of us do probably have a hard time comprehending the meaning of such paintings.
out of a relatively small space we are let into a giant dimension recaling patterns
within us to be thought over into the religions and the supernatural.

Willy Widmann, Stuttgart, Galerist, 1976

Differentiating from schlemmer, and also from de chirico another thing
becomes evident - getting to the peculiarity of the weiss works the meaning - laden perspective
that schlemmer vitilize is being transformed into cosmic space perspective in weiss `case and
gains a symbolical function for the dimension of time ! that's whati consider the urucial point -
what cannot be found with schlemmer vor the de chirico the three dimensionality of space symbolizes
world time in its perspectival linearity - and makes the weiss cosmic landscapes eschatological end 
- of - timely landscapes

Prof. Dr. Phil. H. Krämer, Professor für Philosophie, Tübingen, 1977

Bay eding culturel - historical image personnel in front of his vanishing points of his work, weiss
obtains a continuum of past and present in a timeliness not to be pinned down properly. so he unites
in a gesture study tradition and vision ans joins the short list of important representatives of
eschatological landscape. 

Prof. Dr. Helge Bathelt, Kunsthistoriker, Herrenberg, 1983

With the „occidental vision" ladislaus weiss has succeeded in creating a painting of end - of -
timely grandeur - end of time of our present, possibly just before a nem future, a work of art that
demands probing insights behind his surface of canuas and oil.

Dr. Ulrich Köppen, Grafenau, 1986, Buchautor, Publizist und Redakteur

Ladislaus Weiss has forged a new style:
visionary realism, eschatological landscapes.
his paintings are a vision of an emtrely new era - of the end of time.
according to sense and style - viewed differently.
a new way and the vision of a big depature into a new era of the world,
into a new being, into a new being there.

galerie international christa kröll, sindelfingen dez. 2006

At the central perspective built-on landscapes from  Weiss all lines go to an imaginary planet.
In this landscapes without bordes are monumental towering matters. They are objective specific
and impressively exact characterized. The matters take over the function of memorials.
Engrossed of time and dipped in an indefinite kind of light, they announce their everlasting message,
even, that we live in an apocalyptic age, in which ethical measure of value and culturally awareness
threaten to go down, so said Mr. Weiss.
Mr. Weiss realized his pictures as metaphor for this situation. He holds up his pictures against the
viewers, but without to hold up the ethical forefinger. Weiss characterizes this landscapes as
"Apocalyptic landscapes".

Dr. Eva Marina Froitzheim (Art historian) Town Stuttgart-Böblingen Department of Arts 2008

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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. Hans Krämer, Professor für Philosophie, Tübingen, 1977