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Charles Sargeant Jagger

Person  Male  Born 17/12/1885  Died 16/11/1934

Categories: Sculpture

Sculptor. Born Yorkshire. Started as an apprentice metal engraver for Mappin & Webb in Sheffield, then went to art school and studied sculpture under Lanteri. Served in WW1 in the Artists Rifles, awarded the Military Cross. Specialised in war memorials and moved towards the Art Deco style. Died, suddenly and only 49, at home, 67 Albert Bridge Road.

Other works in London:  The Kelham Rood in St John the Devine Kennington, 4 magnificent allegorical stone figures at Imperial Chemical House on Millbank (see A London Inheritance for photos), St.George and Britannia at entrance to Thames House on Millbank, and the Anglo-Belgian Memorial in Brussels.

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Charles Sargeant Jagger

Charles Sargeant Jagger 1885 - 1934, sculptor, lived and died here. English H...

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Charles Sargeant Jagger

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Royal Artillery Monument

The gun on top of the monument is a BL 9.2 inch Howitzer Mk I, carved in ston...

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Shackleton statue

In Exhibition Road façade, on left of picture. This bronze statue stands in a...

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War Memorial at Paddington Station

The statue represents a soldier. To the left, in the cream marble, is a carve...

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