Jean-Baptiste Marie Huet

Jean-Baptiste Marie Huet (15 October 1745 – 27 January 1811) was a painter, engraver and designer influenced by François Boucher. He was born in to a family of painters and apprenticed under Charles Dagomer. In 1868 he was approved by the Académie Royale and in 1769 was received in the “petite manière” of painter of animals and was well received in the public reviews. His works are at the Louvre and Nissim de Camondo in Paris.