Léon Louis Painlevé (May 22, 1832 - March 8, 1906) was a French engraver and architect active in Paris in the second half of the 19th century. He was born and died in Paris and is described as a lithographer of limited means. He is the father of Paul Prudent Painlevé (1863 - 1933), a noted scientist who became Prime Minister of France.

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