Georgette Sauterel Egan (c.1923-????) was a Golden Age background artist for studios such as the Binder and Chesler, and publishers such as Fawcett and Street & Smith.
She was likely born in New York City around 1923 to George and Lucienne Sauterel, Swiss and French immigrants. She probably started working for the Binder Studio in 1941 and was published in Fawcett, Better, and Street & Smith publications before going to work for the Chesler Studio in 1944.
By 1953, she may have married a man named Daniel Egan and had a daughter, Patricia, in that year; she also had another daughter named Dania.