Jack Shaw


Jack Shaw worked as matte artist for Selznick Studios with Jack Cosgrove for more than one decade. He later went to Warner bros where he painted matted un till he committed suicide after finishing his work for The animal World (1956)
Jack Shaw (right) and cameraman Roy Seawright line up an original-negative matte painting shot.




- The Animal World (1956) ( matte artist)
- Portrait of Jennie (1948 ) (matte painter)
- Mighthy Joe Young (1949)(matte artist)
- Bad Men of Tombstone (1949) (special effects)
- Suspense(1946)(spec effects)
- Duel in the Sun (1946) (matte painter – uncredited)
- Since you wnet away (1944) ( matte painter)
- One million BC (1940)(matte artist)
- Gone with the wind (1939)(matte artist)
- Swiss Miss (1938) (matte artist uncredited)
- Prisoner of Zenda (1937) (matte painter)