P. Jean-Baptiste Bradel

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P. Jean-Baptiste Bradel, a French draughtsman and engraver, was born in Paris about 1750. He was chiefly employed in engraving portraits, which are neatly executed, and which include the following plates:

  • Pope Benedict XIV.
  • Pope Clement XIV.
  • Madame Louise, of France.
  • Louis François Gabriel de la Motte, Bishop of Amiens.
  • General Paoli.
  • Prosper Jean de Crébillon.
  • Jean Bart, Admiral.
  • The Chevalier d'Eon.
  • An allegorical subject; inscribed Trinus et unus.
  • A Boy playing on the Tambour de Basque.

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