Benoît Audran the Younger

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Portrait of Benoît Audran the Younger from Georges Duplessis, Les Artistes célèbres, vol. 1, Les Audran, Paris, Librairie de l'Art, 1892

Benoït Audran, called the Younger, to distinguish him from his uncle, was a French artist born in Paris in 1698, and died there in 1772. He was the son and pupil of Jean Audran, and engraved in the same manner as his father. He engraved prints after Paolo Veronese, Poussin, Natoire, Lancret, Watteau, and other French artists.