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Le Mire, Noël, 1724-1801

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Personal name headingLe Mire, Noël, 1724-1801
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Variant(s)Mire, Noël Le, 1724-1801
Le Mire, N., 1724-1801
Lemire, Noël, 1724-1801
Erimel, Noël, 1724-1801
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43516 (Personal)
LocatedParis (France)
Birth date17241120
Death date18010321
Place of birthRouen (France)
Place of deathParis (France)
Field of activityEngraving Illustration of books
Profession or occupationEngravers Illustrators
Found inDavila, Arrigo Caterino. Histoire des guerres civiles de France, sous les regnes de François II, Charles IX, Henri III, & Henri IV, 1757: name not given (engravings signed: N. Le Mire)
LC manual cat. (hdg.: Le Mire, Noël, 1724-1801)
Hind, Arthur M. A history of engraving & etching: p. 453 (Le Mire, Noël, engraver, Rouen, Paris, 1724-1800?)
Rousseau, J.J. La nouvelle Heloise, 1764: v. 1, plate facing page 136 (N. Le Mire)
McEachern, J.E. Bibliography of the writings of Jean Jacques Rousseau to 1800. I, Julie ou La nouvelle Heloise, 1993: page 162 (Noël Lemire, 1724-1801, French engraver, born in Rouen, died in Paris)
BnF authorities, October 21, 2013 (authorized access point: Le Mire, Noël (1724-1800 [sic]), born 1724-11-20, Rouen, died 1800-03-21, Paris; draftsman and burin engraver; elder brother of Antoine-Louis Le Mire (1727?-1757); lists multiple addresses in Paris, 1753-1801; variant: Lemire, Noël (1724-1800))
ULAN, October 21, 2013 (Le Mire, Noël (French printmaker, 1724-1801; artist, draftsman, printmaker, engraver)
Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon, October 21, 2013 (Lemire, Noël; variant: Erimel, Noël; born 1724.11.20, Rouen, died 1801.03.20/1801.03.21, Paris; copper engraver; graphic artist; illustrator)
Thieme-Becker, via Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon, October 21, 2013 (Lemire, Noël, copper engraver, 20.11.1724 Rouen-21.3.1801 Paris; signed one work with anagram Erimel)