Henri Alfred Marie Jacquemart (24 February 1824 in Paris – 4 January 1896 in Paris), often known as Alfred Jacquemart, was a noted French sculptor and animalier.
A jacquemart (sometimes jaquemart and also called a quarter-jack) is an automaton, an animated, mechanised figure of a person, usually made from wood or metal, which strikes the hours on a bell with a hammer.
Jacquemart de Hesdin (1355 – c. 1414) was a French miniature painter working in the International Gothic style.
Jacquemart Island, one of the islets surrounding Campbell Island in New Zealand, lies south of Campbell Island and is the southernmost island of New Zealand.
The Musée Jacquemart-André is a private museum located at 158 Boulevard Haussmann in the 8th arrondissement of Paris.
Nélie Jacquemart-André, née Cornélia Barbe Hyacinthe Jacquemart (25 July 1841, Paris – 14 May 1912, Paris) was a French painter, collector and art patron.