Educated at the Royal Art Academy in 1890, Thymann was a pupil of E.Mundt, M.Luplaus and Christian V. Nielsen. Thymann is primarily known for her religious scenes and her works include many large alter pieces, that she did on request from many European churches. One of her more famous works was the alter piece at Christians Church in Berlin, Germany 1928. Besides religious scenes, Thymann also worked on many landscapes from Knudshoved in Denmark. Thymann worked and traveled in France in 1907 and in Italy in 1909, where she worked on different portraits and landscapes.
The Artists Fall Exhibition: 1905, 1907 and 1911.
National Exhibition in Aarhus: 1909.