Jacques Aliamet, né à Abbeville le 30 novembre 1726 et mort à Paris le 29 mai 1788, est un graveur français.

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  • Jacques Aliamet, né à Abbeville le 30 novembre 1726 et mort à Paris le 29 mai 1788, est un graveur français.
  • Jacques Aliamet (30 November 1726, Abbeville - 29 May 1788, Paris) was a French engraver. His brother François-Germain Aliamet was also an engraver. He perfected drypoint and his several surviving works include engravings after Nicolaes Berchem, Philips Wouwerman and Claude Joseph Vernet.
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  • Jacques Aliamet, né à Abbeville le 30 novembre 1726 et mort à Paris le 29 mai 1788, est un graveur français.
  • Jacques Aliamet (30 November 1726, Abbeville - 29 May 1788, Paris) was a French engraver. His brother François-Germain Aliamet was also an engraver. He perfected drypoint and his several surviving works include engravings after Nicolaes Berchem, Philips Wouwerman and Claude Joseph Vernet.
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  • Jacques Aliamet
  • Jacques Aliamet
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