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Anna Gustavine Spühler

Anna Gustavine Spühler was born in Zurzach in 1872. She and her family moved to Aarau, and after attending the municipal school she enrolled at the Töchterinstitut [girls’ boarding school]. Between 1888 and 1890, she took drawing lessons from the cantonal school teacher Prof. Max Wolfinger. Between 1890 and 1892 she studied in Geneva at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and the Ecole municipale de dessin, among others. She then worked with Prof. J. Stauffacher at the Industrie- und Gewerbemuseum [industry and craft museum] in St Gallen until 1893. In 1894, she passed the Aargau State Examination as a district school teacher for drawing. From 1895 she worked for ten years as an art teacher at the cantonal craft museum in Aarau at the painting school for women, and from 1905 until 1919 she was an assistant teacher at the district school in Aarau. She also gave private lessons in drawing and painting. She went on many study trips abroad – for example, in 1898 (Florence and Venice), 1903 (Munich) and 1906 (Dresden). In 1921, Spühler and her brother moved to Wengen, and moved again in 1924 to Spiez. She died in Spiez in 1967.

Anna Gustavine Spühler

Anna Gustavine Spühler was born in Zurzach in 1872. She and her family moved to Aarau, and after attending the municipal school she enrolled at the Töchterinstitut [girls’ boarding school]. Between 1888 and 1890, she took drawing lessons from the cantonal school teacher Prof. Max Wolfinger. Between 1890 and 1892 she studied in Geneva at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and the Ecole municipale de dessin, among others. She then worked with Prof. J. Stauffacher at the Industrie- und Gewerbemuseum [industry and craft museum] in St Gallen until 1893. In 1894, she passed the Aargau State Examination as a district school teacher for drawing. From 1895 she worked for ten years as an art teacher at the cantonal craft museum in Aarau at the painting school for women, and from 1905 until 1919 she was an assistant teacher at the district school in Aarau. She also gave private lessons in drawing and painting. She went on many study trips abroad – for example, in 1898 (Florence and Venice), 1903 (Munich) and 1906 (Dresden). In 1921, Spühler and her brother moved to Wengen, and moved again in 1924 to Spiez. She died in Spiez in 1967.

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