Colln, Wilhelm Von
Colln, Wilhelm Von (or William of. Cologne), a celebrated old German painter, was born at Herle, near Cologne, and was settled as early as 1370 at the latter place. His principal works are the picture of the tomb of Cerno von Falkenstein, in St. Castors Church at Coblentz, painted in 1388; the large altarpiece of the Church of St. Clara at Cologne, in twenty-six parts, representing the Life and Passion of Christ which is now in the cathedral. He has a Crucifixion and an Infant Jesus in the Wallraf Museum at Cologne.