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Jacques Chéreau (1688-1776)

Jacques Chéreau (29 October 1688 in Blois, France – 1 December 1776 in Paris) was a portrait engraver, printmaker and publisher of optical prints in a neighborhood of printmakers at the Rue Saint-Jacques variously given on prints as "au Grand St. Remy," "au Coq," or "au dessus de la Fontaine St. Severin", in Paris, France. - Wikipedia (en), 01.10.2017

Object-mediated relations to other actors

(The left column names relations of this actor to objects in the right column. In the middle you find other actors in relation to the same objects.)

Printing plate produced Jacques Chéreau (1688-1776)
Creation of reference Jean Raoux (1677-1734) ()
Was imaged Charles-Joachim Colbert de Croissy (1667-1738) ()