Austrian Paintings Portraits
(Click To Enlarge)

Oil, 1935 29 1/2 x 37 1/2 inches

Oil 1935 26 1/4 x 31 3/4 inches

Oil 1937 24 x 30 inches

Oil on canvas 1925 60 x 80 cm. Private collection

Oil, 1934 16 x 18 1/2 inches.
In the permanent collection of the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

Oil 1929 30 x 35 1/2 inches

Oil 1934, 25 x 25 1/4 inches

Oil 1932(?) 24 1/2 x 29 1/2 inches

Oil 1936, Sillian East Tyrol, 35 x 43 inches. (Portrait of Joseph Ausserhofer of Sillian, East Tyrol, who died on the Russian front in WWII)

Oil 1936, Sillian East Tyrol, 35 x 43 inches. (Portrait of Ilse Bina)

Oil 1938, 20 x 24 inches

Oil 1935, Paternion, Carinthia, 19 1/2 x 23 1/2 inches

Photograph of oil painting, 1933, Paternion. Young Count Pierro Gherardini-Foscari on the right. The other two may be his siblings. Dimensions and current whereabouts unknown. The Italian Counts Foscari have long had an estate in Paternion.

Photograph of oil painting, 1935, Paternion. Dimensions, current whereabots unknown.

Photograph of oil painting, mid-1930ies. A posthumous portrait painted for this young man's family after he died in a climbing accident. Painting was based on a collection of family photographs. Dimensions, current whereabouts unknown.

Photograph of oil painting, mid-1930ies. Identity, dimensions, current whereabouts unknown

Oil on panel, 1930. 44 1/2 X 32 1/2 inches.

Photograph of portrait, media uncertain, 1939. One of last works before Jaeger left for America. Dimensions, identity, whereabouts unknown.

Phothraph of oil painting, late 1920ies. Identity, dimensions whereabouts unknown.

Oil, 1928 22 1/2 x 22 1/4 inches. Private collection

Oil 1928, 8 1/2 x 11 inch fragment of the following much larger painting 'Modern Family'.

Photograph of the first version of this life-size work, done in oil in 1928. A second version replaced the dancers in the right-hand corner with an abstract landscape. In the end Jaeger remained dissatisfied and preserved only three fragments: The immediately preceding image, the 'The Pensive Woman' and 'The Abstract Landscape' and 'The Raven' shown under 'Other Works'.

Photograph from 'Bergland' Magazine 1928 Issue 8. Original charcoal 1924. Dimensions unknown. Perhaps in private collection.

Photograph of oil painting, late 1920's. Dimensions, current whereabouts unknown.

Photograph, 1928. Identity, dimensions, whereabouts unknown.

Photograph from 'Bergland' Magazine 1928 Issue 8. Original charcoal 1927. Dimensions unknown. Perhaps in private collection.

Photograph of oil portrait, late 1920ies. The young woman died of cancer shortly after the portrait was painted. Dimensions, whereabouts unknown.

Photograph from 'Bergland' Magazine 1928 Issue 8. Charcoal sketch, date and dimensions unknown. Perhaps in private collection.

Photograph from 'Bergland' Magazine 1928 Issue 8. Original oil on canvas 1927. Dimensions unknown. Perhaps in private collection.

Oil 1926. Image shown here is the cover page of 'Bergland' magazine 1928, issue 8, on which this painting was featured. Photo (lower left corner) shows the painting in its buyer's home. Current whereabouts unknown. A second version is reproduced under 'American Works'.

Pencil sketch 3 June 1926 8 x 6 1/2 inches

Oil 1926 29 x 24 1/2 inches

Tempera 1930 18 x 14 inches

Photograph from 'Bergland' Magazine 1928 Issue 8. Original oil on canvas, 1924. Dimensions unavailable. Perhaps in private collection.

Photograph of lifesize charcoal work done after Hitler's annexation of Austria in 1938. Dimensions, whereabouts unknown.