934 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
Pencil drawing by Richard Redgrave depicting a view of buildings in Deutz, Cologne. British School, 1857.
A home-made wall hanging, used to decorate a nursery, German ca 1940
Comb, one of two sides of a comb showing head, wing and fore leg of a Pegasus, Fictile ivory of a 11th century German ivory, original in the Public Museum, Cologne.
Poster advertising the Hogarth Puppets at Eisenmarkt, Cologne, 1962
Poster advertising Flussiges Gold [and] The Hunter at Stadtische Puppenspiele, Cologne, Germany
Poster advertising The Bewitched Cockerel [and] The Devil's Mill at Stadtische Puppenspiele, Cologne, Germany
Poster advertising The Everladen Table [and] The Millionaire at Stadtische Puppenspiele, Cologne, Germany
Poster advertising The English Stage Company performing Statements After an Arrest Under the Immorality Act at Kammerspiele, Cologne, Germany, 1974
Poster advertising The English Stage Company performing Statements After an Arrest Under the Immorality Act at Das Schauspielhaus, Cologne, Germany, 1974
Topographical; Germany, Cologne, Anon
19thC, Rouse Collection; Anon, General view of Cologne
Der Handwerkmeister (Pastry Cook), Franz Bremer, Cologne, 1929; 20thC; Sander August, The Pastry Cook, 1929
19thC; Marveille A, Town Hall ?, Cologne
Insc. on vault of 'Salis Regina', Cologne, c.1510
Herman Beaufort, Cologne, 1554
Inscription, Cologne, Germany, 1506
Inscription to Adolphus Stakelhusen, Cologne, 1480
Cologne, Germany, 1365
Inscription, Cologne, 16th century
One of 23 drawings of the statues of Colloigne (Cologne/Koln?); Rome; dated 1810
Anon; topographical; Cologne, view from Deutz
Screenprint by Victor Vasarely: untitled, 1967
By Victor Vasarely: untitled
Cutting from a Book of Hours. Initial Oin blue on a red ground and borders of flowers, strawberries and foliage. France, 15th century. A duplicate number MS.832 was assigned to this object in error and was subsequently cancelled.
20thC; Sander August, Bricklayer's mate, Cologne, 1929
'Cologne', pencil drawing, William Noble Hardwick, Germany or Great Britain, ca. 1825-1865
Drawing of a stained glass window
John Trinick. St. Catherine of Alexandria with a donor. Copy of stained glass, Rhenish, c. 1250, from Church of St. Cunibert, Cologne. Germany, 1937.
Effigy of Henry Oskens, kneeling with the Virgin and Child, St. Peter and St. Henry the Emperor. 1535. Originally in St. Mary's Church. Nippes near Cologne, now in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. (see 191-1866)
Copy of stained glass at the base of the South West window in the choir-apse clerestory (the Cunibertsfenster, showing the history of St. Cunibert) in the Church of St. Cunibert, Cologne: The King's Dream, with two donors. Rhenish, 1227-30. Drawing by John Trinick, 1939.
Sketchbook containing architectural and topographical drawings and notes on Bruges, Ostend, Antwerp, Liège, Cologne, the Rhine etc. Metal-point drawings by Edward William Godwin, 1878. 92 pages (one torn) of metallic surfaced paper, thread-stitched in paper boards.
Pencil and watercolour design for a stage setting for La Bohème Act II, the Café Momus, for a production at Cologne, 1931.
Line engraving of Cologne in Germany after a work by J. M. W. Turner, engraved by Edward Goodall. Great Britain, 1824.
Line engraving on steel by E. Finden depicting Cologne, after a drawing by J. M. W. Turner, for the Murray edition of 'Byron's Life and Works' (1832-1834). Great Britain, 1833.