Pierre-Alexandre Aveline (1702 - 1760) was a French engraver, portraitist, illustrator, and printmaker active in Paris during the first half of the 18th century. Aveline came from a dynasty of artist, including his father Pierre Aveline (1656 - 1722) and brother Antoine Aveline (1691 - 1743). He mastered copperplate engraving under his father and joined the Académie de peinture et de sculpture (Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture) in 1737. In cartographic circles he was known for his excellent cartouche work. In addition, he well-known for producing finely engraved reproductions of poplar French paintings.

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