Antoine Vestier (1740–1824) was a French miniaturist and painter of portraits, born at Avallon in Burgundy, who trained in the atelier of Jean-Baptiste Pierre. He showed his work at the Salon de la Correspondance, Paris, before being admitted (agréé) to the Académie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture in 1785, when a portrait of the painter Gabriel François Doyen, was his morceau de réception.
Among his sitters was the royal cabinet-maker, Jean Henri Riesener (1786, Musée de Versailles).
Further portraits include
- The Chevalier de Latude, 1789 (Paris, musée Carnavalet)
- Nicolas-Guy Brenet, painter, 1786 (Paris, musée du Louvre)
- Jean Thurel, fusilier, 1788; this aged veteran wears three medals, witness to his seventy-two years of service (Tours, musée des Beaux-Arts)
- A Chevalier of Malta holding the portrait of the Bailli de Hautefeuille, commander of the Order, 1788 (Dijon, musée des beaux-arts).
- Sueur, Jean-Claude. Le portraitiste Antoine Vestier (1740-1824), Rueil-Malmaison, 1974. (privately printed)
- Passez, Anne-Marie, with Joseph Baillio and Marie-Christine Maufus. Antoine Vestier, 1740-1824, (Paris: La Bibliothèque des Arts, Fondation Wildenstein) 1989.