Seated Boy

Charles Sargeant Jagger (1885-1934)

c.1907-14

Clay

Source: McAllister 89

This is one of Jagger's early and "predominantly male" nude studies (Compton 17). Its whereabouts now is unknown, but I. G. McAllister describes it as having, like his Study of a Girl from Life, "the quality of living flesh" (99). Compton shows the model in profile (see p. 107).

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