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Polish, English
of Scottish origin; became an Englishman in 1675
Born
Danzig (hist.) 1634-08/1634-08-27
baptized 27 Augustus 1634
Deceased
London (England) 1692-07/1692-08-01
buried 1 Augustus 1692
Family relationships
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His father John Loggan came from an old Oxfordshire family; he married in London on 15 June 1663 to Ann Jordan, also from an Oxfordshire family.
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Biographical information
Active in
  • Danzig (hist.)
    trained by Willem Hondius
  • Kopenhagen
    Von Wurzbach, vol. 2, p. 60 mentions that Loggan was a student of Simon de Passe in Copenhagen; Gerson also suggests that he worked in Denmark (Gerson 1942/1983, p. 463).
  • Amsterdam 1651 - 1658
    trained by Chrispijn van de Passe for seven years
  • Londen (Engeland) 1658 - 1665
    arrived in London c. 1656-1657 (Jeffrey 2003)
  • Nuffield 1665 - 1669
    moved to Nuffield, Oxon, to avoid the plague (Jeffree 2003)
  • Oxford (Engeland) 1669 - 1675
    was appointed ‘public sculptor’ to the university (Jeffree 2003); listed in the matriculation of Oford as: 'David Loggan Gedanensis Universitatis Oxon. Chalcographus Jluy 9. 1672' (Von Wurzbach 1910)
  • Londen (Engeland) 1675 - 1692
    settled again in London in 1675, living in Leicester Fields, where he let rooms to aristocratic patrons, notably Sir Thomas Isham, and acted as their agent in the acquisition of works of art (Jeffrey 2003)
  • Cambridge (Engeland) 1690
    was made engraver of Cambrdge University (Jeffree 2003)
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Creation date: 1992-01-12; Last modified date: 2021-02-10

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