Lill Tschudi is born on 2nd September in Schwanden, in the canton of Glarus, Switzerland.
1918 – 1928
After graduating from Schwanden Primary and Secondary School, she attended the Town School of Glarus and then the Ecole supérieur des jeunes filles in Lausanne.
Attendance of the Grosvenor School of Modern Art, London. She took a linocut class with Claude Flight, which was the start of a long friendship between the two.
Longer visits to Paris and attendance of the Académie André Lhote and the Académie Ranson (Teacher: Gino Severini) and Académie Moderne (Teacher:Fernand Léger).
Study trips to France, Italy, Spain, Scotland and the Netherlands.
Shortly before World War II, Lill became a member of the Women’s International Art Club, London.
Watercolour classes with Claude Flight and Edith Lawrence.
Lill Tschudi joint the Swiss Women’s Military Service (FHD).
After 1950, her style began to develop towards abstraction.
Lill Tschudi received the Culture Award of the municipality of Schwanden.
The Swiss Graphic Arts Foundation Award was lent to Lill.
Lill received the Culture Award of the Canton of Glarus.
Interview by Swiss Television SRF (view link).
September 19th, the artist dies in Schwanden.
Estate Lill Tschudi Switzerland
c/o Marcel Matter