Langevin (fl. c. 1820 - 1860) was a French engraver active in Paris during the mid-19th century. Little is known about this figure despite copious works bearing his imprint. In some maps dating to the 1850s, he described himself as the successor to 'Bénard', possibly referring to Robert Bénard (1734 - c. 1785) or one of his descendants. Langevin engraved extensively for Alexandre Aimé Vuillemin (1812 - 1880) and Charles Fatout (18?? - 1882).

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