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Charles Sargeant Jagger (1885 - 1934)

British sculptor. He was a highly regarded student at the Royal College of Art, London (1908–11), whose early sculpture showed a fanciful treatment of classical and literary themes. In 1914 he gave up the Prix de Rome to enlist in the army. He began work on No Man's Land (1919–20; London, Tate) while still convalescing from war wounds. This low relief presents a stark vision of trench warfare. Corpses stranded on barbed wire are ranged across a ravaged landscape, while the solitary live figure of the look-out in the foreground, a surrogate for the spectator, uses them for cover. Jagger attempted to maintain such realism in commissioned war memorials, most successfully in the Royal Artillery memorial (1921–5; London, Hyde Park Corner; see Monument, public, fig. 4). His obsessive concern for detail, shared by the regimental committee who commissioned the work, reached its zenith in the stone replica of a howitzer, which surmounts hi

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Study for Scandal - right foot
Charles Sargeant Jagger
Study for Scandal - right foot  For sale 
Study for Scandal - right hand
Charles Sargeant Jagger
Study for Scandal - right hand  For sale 
Study for Scandal - clenched feet
Charles Sargeant Jagger
Study for Scandal - clenched feet  For sale 
Study for Scandal - hand
Charles Sargeant Jagger
Study for Scandal - hand  For sale 
Study for Scandal
Charles Sargeant Jagger
Study for Scandal  For sale 
Study for Scandal - model with...
Charles Sargeant Jagger
Study for Scandal - model with...  For sale 
Design for a chalice
Charles Sargeant Jagger
Design for a chalice  Sold 
Design with starfish
Charles Sargeant Jagger
Design with starfish  Sold 
Chemistry (or the Chemist) 1928-29
Charles Sargeant Jagger
Chemistry (or the Chemist) 1928-29  Sold