François Morellon de La Cave
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François Morellon de La Cave (April 1696 – July 1768) was a painter and engraver of French origin active in Holland in the 18th century.
Morellon de La Cave had French Huguenot origins, and may have been a student of Bernard Picart, who settled in Amsterdam in 1710. He made engravings to illustrate works, including a Dutch edition of Henriade and Tragédies by Voltaire as well as a Parisian edition of the Comentarios Reales de los Incas (1731) by Inca Garcilaso de la Vega.
Morillon de La Cave died in Amsterdam at the age of 72.