Charles Sargeant Jagger

1885–1934

Biography

Charles Sargeant Jagger MC ARA (17 December 1885 in Kilnhurst, near Rotherham, Yorkshire – 16 November 1934) was a British sculptor who, following active service in the First World War, sculpted many works on the theme of war. He is best known for his war memorials, especially the Royal Artillery Memorial at Hyde Park Corner and the Great Western Railway War Memorial in Paddington Railway Station, both of which are in London, and he also designed several other monuments around Britain and other parts of the world.

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