- For the mathematician, see Louis Bachelier.
Jean-Jacques Bachelier (1724–1806) was a French painter and director of the porcelain factory at Sèvres.
Admitted to the Académie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture in 1752, he founded an art school using his own means in Paris in 1765 for the artisans in the historic collège d'Autun (rue de l'école de médecine), which survived until the 19th century.
For a list of works see: Jean-Jacques Bachelier (French edition), including Roman Charity (1765).
- Histoire et secret de la peinture à la cire, contre le sentiment du comte de Caylus. Paris 1755
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