Charles-Rémy-Jules François (24 December 1809, Paris - 1861) was a French engraver.
His early productions were engravings of pictures by Anthony van Dyck and Raphael in the manner of his master Louis-Pierre Henriquel-Dupont. Later he was exclusively employed in reproducing the paintings of Paul Delaroche. He resided in Brussels beginning 1858.
His brother Alphonse François was also a distinguished engraver .
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