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David Jagger

(1891 -  1958 ) Wikipedia® : David Jagger
JAGGER David The Young Golfer

Bonhams
Nov 23, 2016
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David Jagger - Portrait Of A Young Lady

David Jagger - Portrait Of A Young Lady

Original 1934
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David Jagger R.O.I. (British, 1891-1958) Portrait of a Young Lady signed twice 'JAGGER' (lower left and upper right) oil on canvas 84.5 x 59cm (33 1/4 x 23 1/4in). Painted circa 1934 Footnotes Provenance Private Collection, U.K. The sitter is thought to be the Artist's wife, Kitty, however there is also a resemblance to the West End and Broadway star Gertrude Lawrence. We are grateful to Timothy Dickson for his assistance in cataloguing this lot.
David Jagger -  Study Of Girl With Red Hair I

David Jagger - Study Of Girl With Red Hair I

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Lot number: 1363
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§ David Jagger (1891-1958) Study of Girl with red hair I oil on panel, signed, The Art Exhibitions Bureau label, The Art of the Jagger Family Exhibition. No 47. ( The sitter is believed to be the Daughter of Sir William Orpen and Mrs St George) 34cm x 25cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information)..
David Jagger - The Jade Necklace

David Jagger - The Jade Necklace

Original 1923
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David Jagger R.O.I. (British, 1891-1958) The Jade Necklace signed 'Jagger' (upper right) oil on canvas 91.5 x 63.5 cm. (30 x 25 in.) Painted in 1923 Footnotes Provenance Private Collection, U.K. Exhibited London, Royal Academy of Arts, Summer Exhibition, 1923, cat.no.570 Bristol, Royal West of England Academy, Royal West of England Academy 78th Annual Exhibition, 1923, cat.no.115 London, Colnaghi and Clarendon Gallery, Society Portraits, 1850-1939, 1985, cat.no.84 (ill., as Mrs. David Jagger) Literature Financial Times, Glamour of the Society Portrait, 1985 (ill.) A portrait of the artist's wife, Katherine Jagger (1900-1982), known affectionately as 'Kitty'. Kitty Jagger was a strikingly beautiful stage actress, in the press she was often compared to the American actress, Tullulah Bankhead. Intriguingly this portrait was painted at the same time Bankhead made her London stage debut. The painting was produced in David Jagger's Oakley Studios in Chelsea and finished shortly before the Royal Academy's submission deadline in the Spring of 1923. Following their marriage in 1921, David Jagger produced ten exhibition canvases over a two year period of his new wife. This work being unquestionably one of the finest examples. When the painting was first exhibited at the Royal Academy, it so impressed an American visitor that he tracked her down, only to be disappointed to learn that she was already married. Kitty Jagger epitomised the roaring twenties, with its glamour and excitement. Throughout the decade she was sketched and painted by various artists, including Sir Walter Westley Russell, Keeper of the Royal Academy Schools. Her photogenic beauty led to many images of her appearing in several society magazines, including The Tatler. When this work was included in Society Portraits 1850-1939, the art critic Max Wykes-Joyce noted 'Jagger's Mrs. David Jagger against an oriental wall hanging and Alfred Munnings's My Wife, My Horse and Myself are two of the liveliest paintings in this fine show'. We are grateful to Timothy Dickson for compiling this catalogue entry.
David Jagger - Self Portrait

David Jagger - Self Portrait

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David Jagger R.O.I. (British, 1891-1958) Self Portrait signed 'Jagger' (lower right); further signed 'Jagger' (verso) and signed again and inscribed 'David Jagger/age 35/Self Portrait' (on a label attached to the frame) oil on board 40.6 x 30.5 cm. (16 x 12 in.) Painted in 1928 Provenance The Artist, 1940 With William Yeo, Hampshire, 21 March 1986, where acquired by the present owner Private Collection, U.K Exhibited London, The Wednesday & Thursday Gallery, Self Portraits, January 1934 London, J. Leger and Son, David Jagger, 31 October-15 November 1935, cat.no.23 Sheffield, Mappin Art Gallery, Society of Artists 56th Annual Exhibition, 1 October-1 November 1936, cat.no.66 Halifax, Bankfield Museum, The Art of the Jagger Family, 26 August-23 September 1939; this exhibition travelled to, Burton, 4 November- 2 December, Darlington, Museum and Art Gallery, 16 December-13 January 1940, Lincoln, Usher Art Gallery, 3-27 February, Rotherham, Museum and Art Gallery, 9 March-6 April and Sunderland, Art Gallery, 24 April-26 May Literature 'The Yorkshire Post', 5 January 1934 Please note that there is another completed work by the same hand verso, Study of a Head (1927), which was exhibited in London at New Burlington Galleries (Portrait Society, January-February 1928, cat.no.44). During the late 1920s David Jagger had established a system of artificial lighting in his Chelsea studio and had become fascinated with the chiaroscuro effects it produced. During this time he produced a small number of intimately observed portraits, of which this work is one. Described by the art critic, Bernard James Valentine Carr in an undated exhibition review, 'To even the most casual observer, the best of the oil paintings is Mr. Jagger's Self Portrait which is a remarkably fine example of the artists' technique allied to an unusual method of presentation. The picture is a head against a very dark background. The fact of the dark background and of cutting the portrait off at the chin is to make the shape of the head, the lineaments of the features, and the general characteristics of the subject stand out with unusual force'. We are grateful to Timothy Dickson for preparing this catalogue entry. This work will be included in a forthcoming catalogue raisonné of David Jagger currently being prepared by Timothy Dickson and due for publication in the autumn 2017. Request condition report
David Jagger - The Young Golfer

David Jagger - The Young Golfer

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David Jagger R.O.I. (British, 1891-1958)

The Young Golfer (Portrait of Ms. Joyce Rigby) signed 'Jagger' (lower left) and dated '1939' (lower right) oil on canvas 63.5 x 76.8 cm. (25 x 30 1/4 in.)

Footnotes

Provenance Commissioned by the sitter, thence by family descent to the present owner Private Collection, U.K. Exhibited Sheffield, Mappin Art Gallery, The Art of the Jagger Family, 8 June-6 July 1940, cat.no.37 Sunderland, Public Art Gallery, The Art of the Jagger Family, 24 April-26 May 1940, cat.no.22 Ms. Joyce Rigby (1913-1979), a keen golfer played to Dorset county standard with a handicap of 5. We are grateful to Dr. John Basford for his assistance in cataloguing the present work.
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