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David Jagger (1891-1958), Painter

Sitter in 4 portraits
Artist of 7 portraits

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6447

Charles Sargeant Jagger

by David Jagger
oil on canvasboard, 1920s?
NPG 6447

D42940

Sir Malcolm Campbell

by David Jagger
brush and black ink with white heightening, published 1926
NPG D42940

D42941

Sir Alan John Cobham

by David Jagger
brush and black ink with white heightening, circa 1926-1927
NPG D42941

D42943

(Eric Cecil) Gordon England

by David Jagger
brush and black ink with white heightening, published 1926
NPG D42943

D42944

Sir Henry O'Neil de Hane Segrave

by David Jagger
brush and black ink with white heightening, published 1926
NPG D42944

D42942

Ernest Arthur Douglas Eldridge

by David Jagger
brush and black ink with white heightening, published 1927
NPG D42942

D42945

George Edward Duller

by David Jagger
Indian ink and gouache, published 1927
NPG D42945

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