A Bit of Brit: David Jagger

by Matthew Innis |

Sometimes when doing research, it is the artist of the recent past which is harder to uncover than the artist from long, long ago.  Such is the case with David Jagger, a successful yet reclusive British portrait artist who was active in the early to mid 20th century. Despite his impressive roster of sitters, and a recent interest in his artwork which has sent his auction prices skyrocketing, there is still little publicly available about this talented person.

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