Jonathan Cohen's photos with the Toronto

The Matthews House – Hoskins and St. George Streets, Toronto, Ontario

The Matthews House – Hoskins and St. George Streets, Toronto, Ontario
The Newman Centre residence, located at the corner of Hoskins and St. George Streets, on the University of Toronto campus, was built in 1890/1891. The original two and one-half storey home is constructed of red clay, terra cotta bricks, plum coloured Cred…
Added on February 23, 2014

Croft Chapter House – King's College Circle, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario

Croft Chapter House – King's College Circle, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
Added on February 21, 2014

The Muralists – College and Henry Streets, Toronto, Ontario

The Muralists – College and Henry Streets, Toronto, Ontario
Added on February 19, 2014

But Griffins Don't Smoke! – College Street near Huron, Toronto, Ontario

But Griffins Don't Smoke! – College Street near Huron, Toronto, Ontario
Added on February 17, 2014

Rhino Plaster – College Street near Spadina Avenue, Toronto, Ontario

Rhino Plaster – College Street near Spadina Avenue, Toronto, Ontario
This mural has appeared on a wall of a public storage building on the south side of College Street just east of Spadina that had been a site of continuous tagging no matter how many times it was painted over. The owners contacted a city-sponsored group ca…
Added on February 17, 2014

College Variety – College and Huron Streets, Toronto, Ontario

College Variety – College and Huron Streets, Toronto, Ontario
Added on February 16, 2014

Cecil Street at Glasgow Street – Toronto, Ontario

Cecil Street at Glasgow Street – Toronto, Ontario
Added on February 16, 2014

Chinese Imperial Palace Hall – Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario

Chinese Imperial Palace Hall – Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario
This full-scale reconstruction represents the corner of a large palace hall in the imperial style of the Qing dynasty (1644-1912). The complete building would be five bays (spaces between two columns) wide and four bays deep, or about 28 by 16 metres, wit…
Added on February 15, 2014

Chinese Imperial Palace Hall – Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario

Chinese Imperial Palace Hall – Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario
This full-scale reconstruction represents the corner of a large palace hall in the imperial style of the Qing dynasty (1644-1912). The complete building would be five bays (spaces between two columns) wide and four bays deep, or about 28 by 16 metres, wit…
Added on February 15, 2014

Cecil Community Centre – Cecil Street, Toronto, Ontario

Cecil Community Centre – Cecil Street, Toronto, Ontario
This building was designed in 1891 by the architecture firm of Knox and Elliot as a Romanesque Revival-style church for a congregation of the Disciples of Christ. Its subsequent uses tell the story of a changing neighbourhood. The church became the Ostrov…
Added on February 14, 2014