Ignatius van Logteren

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Stucco of river gods by Ignatius van Logteren on facade of Keizersgracht 695, Amsterdam

Ignatius van Logteren (1685 – 1732), was an 18th-century sculptor from the Northern Netherlands.


He was born in Amsterdam and was possibly the pupil of Francis van Bossuit, since his work was heavily influenced by him.[1] He became the father of the sculptor Jan van Logteren, who assisted him in his workshop in statuary and stucco reliefs for the wealthy mansion owners of Amsterdam.[1] He died in Amsterdam.

Public collections[edit]

Among the public collections holding works by Ignatius van Logteren are: