Pierre-Gabriel Berthault (December 16, 1737 - March 3 1831) was a French engraver. He was the son of François Berthault, a mason, and Elisabeth Simon. He married twice, once in 1758 to Marie-Julie Lesquoy, whom he divorced in April 1793 to marry Marie-Madeleine Gérard later that same month. His best known work was his involvement with the Tableaux historiques de la Révolution française, to which he contributed over 100 plates. He only stopped working on that project because he was named the director of engravings at the Commission de publication de l’ouvrage sur l’Égypte (Commission for the publication of items about Egypt), which was published as Description de l’Égypte (Description of Egypt).