15 April 1997
DAVID LOGGAN (1635-1692)
A young Gentleman, facing right in doublet with fur bordered sleeves, large white lace lawn collar, long curling hair; together with Henry Harrison, D.D., facing right in black robes and white bands, black skull cap
the former signed with initials and dated 'D L 16[.]8' (lower right) and the latter 'D.L. 1681' (lower right)
plumbago on vellum laid down on card
ovals, 5½ in. (138 mm.) and 5 in. (127 mm.) high, respectively, turned wood frames (2)
for the plumbago of Henry Harrison:
J. Thursby-Pelham, London (in 1934).
The late Mrs. F. H. O. de la Hey.
Major R. M. O. de la Hey, Sotheby's, London, 27 May 1968.
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London, Royal Academy, British Art, 1934, no. 1316 (lent by J. Thursby-Pelham, London).
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