\In art history, Wiiralt is considered as the most remarkable master of Estonian graphic art in the first half of his century; the most well-known of his works include „Inferno”, „Cabaret”, „Heads of Negroes”, „Sleeping Tiger” and „Head of a Came
Viiralt continued his studies in Tartu in Pallas in the sculpture studio of Anton Starkopf in 1919. The studies were interrupted by participating in the Estonian War of Independence. In 1922–1923, Wiiralt continued his studies, as a grantee of Pallas, in the Dresden Academy of Art in Germany under the supervision of Professor Selmar Werner. Wiiralt returned to Tartu in the fall of 1923. In 1924, Wiiralt graduated from Pallas as a graphic artist and a sculptor, and for a while, he worked there as a lecturer.