Born in Paris, Oudry studied with Jean-Baptiste Oudry, whom she married in 1709. The couple would have thirteen children, only five of whom, two sons and three daughters, were still alive at the time of her death. Their daughter married the painter Antoine Boizot. Marie–Marguerite Oudry produced engravings after her husband's paintings; she also produced portraits in pastel of him and of one of their sons. She died of an illness in her Paris home.
- Profile in the Dictionary of Pastellists Before 1800.
- Mary Morton (25 June 2007). Oudry's Painted Menagerie: Portraits of Exotic Animals in Eighteenth-Century Europe. Getty Publications. pp. 24–. ISBN 978-0-89236-889-1.
- Archives de l'art français. Société de l'histoire de l'art français. 1885. pp. 104–.
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