Fortuné Louis Méaulle (April 11, 1844 - 1901) was a French engraver active in Paris during the second half of the 19th century. Méaulle worked primarily with woodcuts and engraved for numerous significant Paris illustrators, including Daniel Vierge, Edmond Marchand, Francois, Chiffart, and Henry Meyer, among others. His work appears in numerous issues of Le Monde Illustre as well as Victor Hugo's Les Travailleurs de la Mer.

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