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David Jagger

(1891-1958), Painter

Sitter in 4 portraits
Artist of 7 portraits

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Charles Sargeant Jagger, by David Jagger - NPG 6447

Charles Sargeant Jagger

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

Sir Malcolm Campbell, by David Jagger - NPG D42940

Sir Malcolm Campbell

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

Sir Alan John Cobham, by David Jagger - NPG D42941

Sir Alan John Cobham

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

(Eric Cecil) Gordon England, by David Jagger - NPG D42943

(Eric Cecil) Gordon England

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

Sir Henry O'Neil de Hane Segrave, by David Jagger - NPG D42944

Sir Henry O'Neil de Hane Segrave

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

Ernest Arthur Douglas Eldridge, by David Jagger - NPG D42942

Ernest Arthur Douglas Eldridge

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

George Edward Duller, by David Jagger - NPG D42945

George Edward Duller

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

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Tim Dickson

18 February 2020, 22:59

Margaret could you drop me a line via the website
As I am researching David Jagger and his work.

Margaret Stewart

25 September 2019, 11:30

David Jagger was a personal friend of my Grandparents Cecil and Margaret Whitaker who lived at Britwell House in Oxfordshire. He painted several full length oil portraits of her, of which I have one, and separately her ankles and feet! I also have a small oil sketch by Jagger painted at Stansted Park in Sussex, before the Whitakers sold Stansed to the Earl of Bessborough in 1924. In case of interest: Margaret's brother Edward Maitland was an early aeronaut and a pioneer of the first aeriel flight to America and back in1919 in the R34 Airship.

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