Biography

1911 Born in Schwanden, Glarus, Switzerland
1929-30 Studied at the Grosvenor School
1931 Left England for Paris, where she was taught by Lhote, Severini, and Léger
1935 Moved back to Switzerland
1945 Switched to abstraction
1986 Awarded the National Print Prize in Switzerland
2004 Died in Switzerland

Selected exhibitions

1930 Redfern Gallery, London 'British Linocuts'
1931 Redfern Gallery, London 'British Lino-Cuts 1931'
1932 Redfern Gallery, London 'Modern Colour Prints'
Collins House, Melbourne (Arts and Crafts Society of Victoria) 'Modern Colour Prints and Wood Engravings from the Redfern Gallery, Old Bond Street, London'
1933 Atelier E. Matter, Montreux, Switzerland
Ward Gallery, London 'Fourth Exhibition of British Lino-Cuts'
Redfern Gallery, London 'Colour Prints and Contemporary Oils'
1934 Ward Gallery, London 'Lino-Cuts 1934'
1934-35 Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool 'The Sixtieth Autumn Exhibition'
1935 Suffolk Street Galleries, London 'The Women's International Art Club: Thirty Fourth Annual Exhibition'
Public Art Galleries, Brighton 'Autumn Exhibition of Modern Pictures 1935'
Ward Gallery, London 'Lino-Cuts 1935'
1935-36 National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa 'Exhibition of Modern Colour Prints'
1936 County Borough of Hastings Public Museum and Art Gallery, Hastings 'Exhibition of British Lino-Cuts (Mostly in Colour)'
Redfern Gallery, London 'Colour Prints'
Ward Gallery, London 'Lino-Cuts 1936'
1937 Baillieu Allard's Gallery, Melbourne 'Exhibition of Lino Cuts from the Redfern Gallery, London'
Ward Gallery, London 'Lino-Cuts 1937'
1938 Redfern Gallery, London 'Summer Salon'
Royal Scottish Academy of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, Edinburgh 'The Exhibition of the Royal Scottish Academy of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture: The One Hundred and Twelfth'
1939 City of Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham 'Exhibition of Modern Lino-Cuts'
1939-40 Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago 'Seventh International Exhibition. Lithography and Wood Engraving'
1947 British Institute of Adult Education (Arts Council of Great Britain), London 'Colour Lino-Cuts'
1998 Museum Schloss Moyland, ‘Lill Tschudi: Linolschnitte 1930-1997’ (solo)
2001 Kunsthaus Glarus, Switzerland (solo)
2004 Kunsthaus Glarus, Switzerland (solo)
2008 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, ‘Machine Age: Rhythms of Modern Life 1914-1939’
Museum of Modern Art, New York
2013 Osborne Samuel Gallery, London, ‘The Cutting Edge of Modernity: An Exhibition of Grosvenor School Linocuts’

Selected collections

Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland
British Museum, London
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
Eidgenössiche Technische Hochschule, Zurich
Mitchell Wolfson Jr Collection, The Wolfsonian Foundation, Miami Beach, Florida and Genoa, Italy
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
National Art Gallery, Wellington
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
V&A Museum, London