Marie-Victoire Jaquotot was a 19th-century French painter.
Jaquotot was born in Paris and became a painter for the porcelain factory at Sèvres.
She is known for her miniatures and in 1813-1814 she painted a likeness of Napoleon on porcelain which he purchased as a gift for Josephine. From 1816-1836 she ran a school from her Paris workshop in porcelain painting and one of her pupils was Charles Le Guay, who took over her workshop. Jaquotot died in Toulouse.