Antoine-François Tardieu (February 17, 1757 - January 14, 1822), also known as Tardieu de l'Estrapade, was a celebrated geographical engraver. A member of the large and prolific Tardieu family, which, for over 200 years, had several members of the family establish themselves as skilled and active engravers. A disciple of his uncle Pierre-François Tardieu, in his youth Antoine-Francois would sign his works Pierre-François, but later in his career began using his own name. His two sons, Pierre-Antoine Tardieu and Ambroise Tardieu, both became noted geographical engravers in the own right.