Isaac Briot (1585 – 1670) a French engraver and draughtsman, was born in 1585, and died in Paris in 1670. His plates are rather neatly executed, in the style of Wierix, and mostly from his own compositions, but the drawing is defective.
- Cardinal de Richelieu.
- Cardinal d'Amboise, archbishop of Rouen. (pictured)
- Gaspard, Comte de Coligny.
- The poet François Malherbe, in 4to.
- The poet Marini, in 4to.
- The Alliance of France with Spain.
- St. John the Baptist in the Desert.
- St. Peter weeping.
- L'Oraison dominicale expliquee par des emblèmes. Two small plates.
- The Virtues. Seven small plates.
- The Sibyls. A set of small circular plates.
- Ovid's 'Metamorphoses.' A set of plates published 1637.
Marie Briot, daughter of Isaac, with her father, executed plates after Paul de La Barre, J. B. Coriolan, St. Igny, and others.
This article incorporates text from the article "BRIOT, Isaac" in Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers by Michael Bryan, edited by Robert Edmund Graves and Sir Walter Armstrong, an 1886–1889 publication now in the public domain.
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