Jean-Antoine-Marie "Antonin" Idrac (1849–1884) was a French sculptor.
A pupil of Falguière, his works include:
- Salammbô / Eve and the Serpent, based on the novel Salammbô
- Cupid Stung
- Mercury inventing the Caduceus, now in the Musée d'Orsay
- Étienne Marcel, an equestrian statue in Paris.
His work has been cited as an influence on the sculpture of Lord Leighton.
- Eve statuette at Leicester Galleries, with biography
- Salammbo statue exhibited at World Columbian Exposition 1893