Jacques Krauss

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Jacques Krauss
Born21 October 1900
Paris, France
Died8 June 1957 (aged 56)
Paris, France
OccupationArt director
Years active1934-1957

Jacques Krauss (1900–1957) was a French art director. He had a notable influence on the visual look of French poetic realist films before the Second World War, due to his work with Julien Duvivier. [1]


He was born in Paris, the son of the actor Henry Krauss.

Selected filmography

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  1. Andrew p.186