Jean-Jacques Feuchère (24 August 1807 – 26 July 1852) was a French sculptor.
He was a student of Jean-Pierre Cortot, and among his students was Jacques-Léonard Maillet.
- Relief panel Le Pont d'Arcole, Arc de Triomphe, Paris, 1833–1834
- Satan, bronze; dated 1833 (Musée du Louvre). Another example is in the collections of the Musées royaux des beaux-arts, Brussels.
- pediment sculpture, Church of St. Denys du Saint-Sacrement in Paris, 3rd arrondissement, for architect Étienne-Hippolyte Godde, 1835
- Portrait statue of the Marquis of Stafford, bronze 1837. (Dunrobin Castle)
- Amazon Taming a Horse, bronze; dated 1843. (Musée du Louvre); an undated bronze is at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
- La Loi, Place du Palais-Bourbon, Paris. Installed in 1854
- Arab Warrior on the Pont d'Iéna, Paris
- Fontaine Cuvier, rue Cuvier, Paris
- Seated Michelangelo, bronze.
- Jeanne d'Arc, Hôtel de ville, Rouen
- La Madeleine, Paris