Charles-Nicolas Cochin

Charles-Nicolas Cochin (22 February 1715 – 29 April 1790) was a French engraver, designer, writer, and art critic. To distinguish him from his father of the same name, he is variously called Charles-Nicolas Cochin le Jeune (the Younger), Charles-Nicolas Cochin le fils (the son), or Charles-Nicolas Cochin II.

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Charles-Nicolas Cochin - Fonts Named Cochin
... In the early twentieth century, two fonts called 'Cochin' were designed by Georges Peignot and named after Charles-Nicolas Cochin the Younger, first appearing in 1912 and 1914 ... However, neither is clearly derived from Cochin’s own work ...