Henri Le Roy (1579 - November 20, 1651) was a Dutch goldsmith, engraver, and printer active in Paris during the first half of the 17th century. Le Roy was born in Rotterdam and moved to Paris in around the turn of the century. He is best known for his avian and botanical imagery, which is reminiscent of Hollar, but did engrave a few maps with Michel van Lochom, and others. He is interred at the Protestant cemetery of the Faubourg Saint-Marcel, Paris.



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