Suzanne Schweig Langsdorf Martyl was active/lived in Illinois, Missouri, Kansas. Suzanne Martyl is known for abstract western landscape, magazine cover illustration, murals, botanics.
Illustrator of the Doomsday Clock.
Martyl exhibited infrequently but five one-man shows in Saint Louis since 1936 kept her in the public. She was also represented in many of the National exhibitions. In 1940 she was awarded the first prize in the Midwestern Show at the Kansas City Art Institute and won the hundred dollar purchase prize at the Y.M.H.A., Saint Louis. The following year she was awarded first prize in the annual exhibition of Missouri artists at the Saint Louis City Art Museum. She has won numerous other awards in the graphic arts. The Art Institute of Chicago awarded her three major honors, the Frank Armstrong prize, the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Logan medal and prize, and the William H. Bartels Award. Martyl Suzanne Schweig died peacefully at home age 96.