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Charles Sargeant Jagger:
Design for a chalice

Framed (ref: 5770)
Pen and ink on blue paper with highlights in chalk

18 x 22 in. (45.7 x 56 cm)

Tags: design

Charles Sargeant Jagger was born in Kilnhurst near Sheffield in 1885. In 1908 he was awarded a scholarship to study at the Royal College of Art where he studied sculpture and modelling until 1911. He served in the First World War in the Dardenelles and on the Western Front and was wounded three times, the last time seriously. In 1918 and he was made an Official British War Artist for the Ministry of Information. Following the war, he undertook numerous war memorial commissions of which the most famous is the Royal Artillery Memorial at Hyde Park Corner (1925).

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