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Tho: Barlow. S. S. Theol: Dr. Coll: Reg: Praepositus, et pro. D. Margareta SS. Theol. Professor Publicus. Oxon. A.o 1672.
Tho: Barlow. S. S. Theol: Dr. Coll: Reg: Praepositus, et pro. D. Margareta SS. Theol. Professor Publicus. Oxon. A.o 1672. Herculeus ultra quem jactat rauca columnas/ Fama (nec officio par tamen illa suo)/ En tibi BARLOUM, potuit qua Sculptor, at ipsa/ Arte licet claram vincit ut umbra manum!/ Ora venusta vides, et nobilis Atria nientis;/ Quad nitet interius nulla Tabella dabit.
D. Loggan ad vivum sculp.
c. 1670
Engraving. Sheet 240 x 175mm (9½ x 7"). Trimmed to image and laid on album paper. Toning.
Thomas Barlow (1608/9-1691) was Provost of Queens College, Oxford and bishop of Lincoln under Charles II and James II.
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Isaacus Barrow S.T.P. Reg. Ma.ti A Sacris coll. S.S. Trini. Cantab. Praefec. Nec-Non Acad. Eiusdem Procanc: 1676.
Isaacus Barrow S.T.P. Reg. Ma.ti A Sacris coll. S.S. Trini. Cantab. Praefec. Nec-Non Acad. Eiusdem Procanc: 1676.
D. Loggan ad Vivum delin.
[n.d. c.1676.]
Engraving. 275 x 190mm. (10¾ x 7½"), with wide margins on 3 sides.
Portrait, head and shoulders in an oval frame, long hair, wearing bands, gown and robes; coat of arms below. Isaac Barrow (1630-1677) was a divine. He was an English theologian, and mathmatician who is generally remembered for his early role in the development of infinitesimal calculus, and particularly for the discovery of the fundamental theorem of calculus. Isaac Newton was a student of Barrow's and went on to develop calculus in a modern form.
Wellcome Library no. 792i;
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Isaacus Barrow S.T.P. Reg. Ma.ti A Sacris coll. S.S. Trini. Cantab. Praefec. Nec-Non Acad. Eiusdem Procanc: 1676.
Isaacus Barrow S.T.P. Reg. Ma.ti A Sacris coll. S.S. Trini. Cantab. Praefec. Nec-Non Acad. Eiusdem Procanc: 1676.
D. Loggan ad Vivum delin.
[n.d. c.1676.]
Engraving. Platemark: 275 x 190mm (10¾ x 7½"), large margins.
Portrait of Isaac Barrow (1630-1677), head and shoulders in an oval frame, long hair, wearing bands, gown and robes, with a coat of arms below. Barrow was an English theologian and mathmatician who is generally remembered for his early role in the development of infinitesimal calculus, and particularly for the discovery of the fundamental theorem of calculus. Isaac Newton was a student of Barrow's and went on to develop calculus in a modern form.
Wellcome Library no. 792i; ex Collection: R. Hobson of Hove.
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Isaacus Barrow S.T.P. Reg. Ma.ti A Sacris Coll. S. S. Trini. Cantab. Præfec. Nec. Non Acad. Eiusdem Procanc. ao. 1676.
Isaacus Barrow S.T.P. Reg. Ma.ti A Sacris Coll. S. S. Trini. Cantab. Præfec. Nec. Non Acad. Eiusdem Procanc. ao. 1676.
D. Loggan ad Vivam delin. Bernigeroth sc.
[n.d., c.1690.]
Engraving. Sheet: 175 x 125mm (7 x 5''). Trimmed.
A portrait of academic and mathematician Isaac Barrow (1630-1677) who was master of Trinity College, Cambridge and was famed for "Calculus".
W. 183.3.
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Ralph Bathurst.
Ralph Bathurst. [In ink below image:] an Eminent Physician & Divine born in 1620. he studied Divinity in Trinity College Oxford._Lond.Encycl. p.662. He died 1704. age 84.
A. Walker sculp. e Tab. D.Loggan ad viv. fac.
[n.d. c.1761.]
Copper Engraving. Very fine impression, with large margins. Plate 178 x 120mm.
Dr Ralph Bathusrt (1620-1704) was an English theologian and physician. He was ordained in 1644 but his prospects were disrupted by the English Civil War and he turned to medicine. He was part of the original group of Oxford experimentalists attached to the Royal Society of London, and later crossed circles with physicians and was involved in the dissection of Ann Green. During the First Anglo-Dutch War of 1652, he worked in practical medicine alongside Daniel Whistle, who was in charge of wounded naval personnel. In 1660, with the English Restoration, he turned back to the Church, and in 1663 he was elected Fellow of the Royal Society, and a year later was made President of Trinity College. In 1670 he was Dean of Wells Cathedral and for three years, from 1673, he was Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford.
NPG: D29585. Not in W.
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[Sir Henry Blount.]
[Sir Henry Blount.] Loquendum cum vulgo sentiendum cum sapientibus.
D. Loggan ad Vivum delin et sculp.
1679.
Engraving. Sheet size: 240 x 175mm (9½ x 7"). Trimmed to image. False borders. Glued to album sheet at corners.
A portrait of the traveller and landowner Sir Henry Blount (16021682). Half length, to the right, looking at viewer, wearing a jacket with small collar tied at the neck with a ribbon. In an oval on a pedestal with a motto on ribbon at top, and a coat of arms below. Blount travelled extensively in Europe and the Levant and was the author of 'Voyage into the Levant' published in London in 1634.
[Ref: 33848]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Archibaldus Comes Argatheliae D.nus Kintire Campbell et Lorne Hereditarius Justitiarius Generalis S.D.N.R. Vice Comet.us Argatheliae Insularum Aliarumque et Magnus Hereditarius Hospitii Magister.
Archibaldus Comes Argatheliae D.nus Kintire Campbell et Lorne Hereditarius Justitiarius Generalis S.D.N.R. Vice Comet.us Argatheliae Insularum Aliarumque et Magnus Hereditarius Hospitii Magister.
D. Loggan ad Vivum delin.
[n.d. c.1690.]
Rare engraving. 296 x 190mm (11¾ x 7½"). Trimmed and laid on old card.
Portrait of Archibald Campbell (1629-1685), ninth Earl of Argyll, head and shoulders in an oval frame, long hair, wearing cravat and robes; coat of arms below. As colonel of the Foot Guards he fought in the Battle of Dunbar in 1650 and the Battle of Worcester in 1651 for Charles II. In 1663 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. He was a confederate of Monmouth and 1681 he was found guilty of High Treason and sentenced to death for refusing to subscribe to the Test Act. He escaped from Edinburgh Castle under the disguise of a page. He then left the country but four years later was taken in an abortive attempt to invade Scotland and was beheaded.
Ex Collection: R. Hobson of Hove.
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Jean Chardin] Johannes Chardin Miles.
Jean Chardin] Johannes Chardin Miles.
D: Loggan ad Vivum Sculp.
[n.d., c.1686.]
Engraving. Sheet 250 x 165mm (9¾ x 6½"). Trimmed, losing part of title, mounted on album paper.
Jean-Baptiste Chardin (1643-1713), French Hugenot jeweller and traveller to Persia and India, later knighted by Charles II as Sir John Chardin. His ten-volume book 'The Travels of Sir John Chardin' is regarded as one of the finest works of early Western scholarship on Persia.
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Gulielmus Hicks Gen.  Aetatis Suae 38. Ao. Dom: 1658.
Gulielmus Hicks Gen. Aetatis Suae 38. Ao. Dom: 1658.
D. Loggan, del: et sculp.
[London, 1661.]
Scarce. Engraving, sheet 230 x 155mm. 9 x 6". Trimmed to plate and laid to album page.
Rare portrait of William Hicks (1621 - 1660), puritan. He was appointed a captain in the trained bands in his native Cornwall during the Civil War, and was noted for his zeal against the royalists. Frontispiece to his 'The Revelation Revealed, being a practical exposition of the Revelation of St. John. Whereunto is annexed a small Essay, entitled Quinto-Monarchiæ, or A Friendly Complyance between Christ's Monarchy and the magistrates'.
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The Effigies of the most magnanimous & thrise pursant George Duke of Albermarle Earle of Torrington, Baron Monck of Potheridge, Beauchamp and Teyes.
The Effigies of the most magnanimous & thrise pursant George Duke of Albermarle Earle of Torrington, Baron Monck of Potheridge, Beauchamp and Teyes.
[After David Loggan.]
[n.d., c.1690.]
Engraving. Plate: 275 x 215mm (10¾ x 8½''). Slight crease.
A portrait of soldier and politician George Monck (1608-1670) who was a major figure in the Restoration of Charles II. After a painting by David Loggan.
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[George Monck.]
[George Monck.] The Most Illustrious and Noble Prince George, Duke of Albermarle, Earl of Torrington, Baron Monk of Potheridge, Beauchamp, and Teyes, Privy Councellor to Charles II, King of Great Britain, &c. Captain General and Commander of all the Royal Forces in the Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland, Master of the Horse, and Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, &c.
D. Loggan Ad Vivam 1661. R. Sheppard Sculp.t 1735.
Engraving, fine impression. Sheet: 375 x 230mm (14¾ x 9''). Trimmed.
A portrait of soldier and politician George Monck (1608-1670) who helped restore Charles II to the throne in 1660. Mechell's edition of Paul de Rapin-Thoyras The History of England.
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Collegium Baliolense.
Collegium Baliolense.
Dav. Loggan Delin. & Sculp. cum Privil. S.R.M.
[Oxford: David Loggan, 1675.]
Engraving. 295 x 505mm (11½ x 19¾") very large margins. Some loss near centre crease.
A bird's-eye view of the buildings and gardens of Balliol College, Oxford, from Loggan's monumental 'Oxonia Illustrata, sive Omnium Celeberrimae istius Universitatis Collegiorum...'
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Hortus Botanicus. The Physick Garden in Oxon.
Hortus Botanicus. The Physick Garden in Oxon.
[Oxford, David Loggan, 1675.]
Engraving. 420 x 500mm. 16½ x 19¾". Centrefold as issued, short tears in bottom edge.
Plan of the Oxford Physic Garden, with four architectural vignettes and two banner cartouches supported by putti. Founded in 1621 by Henry Danvers, Earl of Danby (who is commemorated in Latin text in a cartouche upper left), its purpose was the study of medicinal plants. Building the Garden, on the site of the former medieval Jewish cemetery, cost the enormous sum of £5000. Much of that sum went on the walls which enclosed the original garden, and comparatively little was left for plants! It was renamed the Oxford Botanic Garden in 1840. Plate to David Loggan's (1635 - 1700?) 'Oxonia Illustrata' (Oxford, 1675). The volume contained an engraved titlepage, three plates of preliminaries, and forty unnumbered engraved plates, many double-page, of views of Oxford colleges.
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[Magdalen College] Aula B. Mariæ Magdalenæ.
[Magdalen College] Aula B. Mariæ Magdalenæ.
Dav. Loggan Sculp. Cum Privil. S.R.M.
[Oxford, David Loggan, 1675.]
Engraving. 245 x 350mm (9 x 13¾"), with wide margins.
A view of the exterior of the Magdalen College Boys School, founded to educate the sixteen boy choristers of the college. Published in David Loggan's 'Oxonia Illustrata'.
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Collegium Mertonense.
Collegium Mertonense.
D. Loggan Delin & sculp. cum privil. S.R.M.
[Oxford, David Loggan, 1675.]
Etching. Sheet 295x 405mm (11¾ x 16"). Trimmed to image, central fold as usual.
An elevated view of Merton College, with an extensive engraved text in Latin. Published in David Loggan's 'Oxonia Illustrata'.
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Joannes Sparrow.  Amator [Greek text]  Iacobi Boehem.  Teutonici.
Joannes Sparrow. Amator [Greek text] Iacobi Boehem. Teutonici.
I.S.natus: 1615.12.II.May. D:Loggan. delin.et Sculp: 1659.
[n.d. c.1659]
Line engraving. 202 x 143mm.
Portrait of John Sparrow (1615-70), a lawyer and translator of Bohmen's 'Mysterium Magnum', 1662, for which this is a frontispiece.
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A Prospect of Stonehenge from the West. A prospect of Stonehenge from the South.
A Prospect of Stonehenge from the West. A prospect of Stonehenge from the South. Ornatissimo Viro D. Guillelmo Prince Armigero Illustrissmae Ducissae Eboracensi a Mann, Chalcographicae, Pictoriae Coeterarunique ingenuaru Artium Strenue Equitori, Aice Meo, in Primis Celebrando Tabula hane:D.D.C.Q. D. Loggan.
D. Loggan Delin et Excudit.
London. Printed fro Rob.t Sayer Map & Printseller near Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street [n.d.. c.1750].
Engraving, 18th century watermark. 440 x 615mm (17¼ x 24¼") large margins. Damaged mainly in sky, laid on archival tissue; central crease.
A pair of fine early views of Stonehenge on one plate, engraved by David Loggan (famous for his views of Oxford and Cambridge), explanatory text in English and Latin. The plate had a long history: first published by Loggan c.1680, it also appeared in Smith's 'Brittania Illustrata' (1724).
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Colonel Giles Strangways of Melbury Sampford in Dorsetshire.
Colonel Giles Strangways of Melbury Sampford in Dorsetshire. The rest Fame speakes, and makes His Virtues Known By's Zeale for th'Church, and Loyalty to th' Throne. The Artist in this Draft, doth Art excell: None but Himselfe, himselfe can paralell. But if his Steel could His great Mind express, That would appear in a much nobler Dress.
D. Loggan ad Vivum delin.
[n.d. c.1665].
Engraving. 200 x 300mm.
Royalist M.P. for Dorset d.1675.
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