Mimi is born in Vienna and spends her childhood and youth there.
At the age of 20 she marries Paul Langraf.
Their son Fritz was born in 1917.
Two years later follows the birth of daughter Eva.
The young family moves from Vienna to Lucerne in Switzerland.
The Museum of Art Lucerne acquires one of her works (Self-Portrait, oil).
The family moves from Lucerne to Zurich. The same year a special exhibition is held at the Lucerne Art Museum and the Lugano Art Museum buys one of her paintings (Street in a Breton Town, oil).
The Graphische Sammlung ETH in Zurich acquires one of her works (Nightly street in Zurich, pencil).
Ten years later, Mimi's work is still very ﬁgurative, but slowly moving towards abstraction.
The Canton of Zurich buys three of her artworks (Paradeplatz, Sils Maria in the Engadine, Streetscape, Pencil).
Meanwhile, the artworks are entirely abstract.
Until the death of her husband Paul Langraf, Mimi paints at his bedside with oil pastels.
The Helmhaus in Zurich pays tribute to Mimi Langraf and Ruth Zürcher with a solo exhibition.
Mimi realises that she is slowly losing her sight and takes her own life in 1967.