Paul-Joseph Hadol (February 26, 1835 – November 26, 1875) was a French draftsman, illustrator, and caricaturist active in Paris during the second half of the 19th century. He was born in Remiremont, France, the son of a barrister. Hadol initial took work as a customs officer before relocating to Paris in pursuit of the 'bohemian' life. There he discovered a talent for caricature and draftsmanship, producing comic art for various French periodicals of the period including Le Gaulois, Le Journal Amusant, High Life, Le Charivari, Le Monde comique, La Vie Parisienne and L'Eclipse. In addition, under the pseudonym 'White,' he drafted comic illustrations for Mailly and Baillard. Hadol work is typically associated with the Napoleonic Third Empire. Hadol also published under the pseudonym 'White.' Much of his work was printed in photogravure by the Paris lithographer Firmin Gillot (October 11, 1918 – June 12 – 1872).