√Člisabeth Haussard (1700-1804) was a French scientific illustrator and engraver/etcher. She was thee youngest daughter of engraver Jean-Baptiste Haussard. She participated in the family trade, engraving illustrations for scientific and technical works, and specialising in etched cartouches for geographical maps: many of these appeared in Robert de Vaugondy's atlases. While later editions of Vaugondy's work show the imprint of Charles-Jacques Groux in place of that of Haussard, there is no evidence that Groux replaced any part of Haussard's bravura etching.