|André-Antoine Ravrio (1759–1814)|
|Alternative names||Antoine-André Ravrio|
|Description||French chansonnier, brazier, poet, songwriter, goguettier and gilder|
|Date of birth/death||23 October 1759||4 October 1814|
|Location of birth/death||Paris||Paris|
Made master bronzier in 1777, he is one of the most important Parisian bronze workers of the late 18th century and the early Empire period. Supplier of bronzes to the Imperial Garde-meuble, Ravrio helped furnish Napoleon’s residences, along with Thomire and Galle; he also worked for some of the most influential figures of the time, including Marshals of the Empire. Today certain of his works are in the collections of the Mobilier national in Paris.
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