Abraham Bosse (1602–1676) was a French artist and engraver known for his significant contributions to the world of 17th-century printmaking. Born in Tours, France, Bosse played a key role in popularizing the art of etching and engraving during the Baroque period. His detailed and skillfully executed prints covered a wide range of subjects, including genre scenes, landscapes, and architectural studies. Bosse's collaboration with Jean Leblond, a French painter, on the publication "La Manière universelle de M. Desargues pour pratiquer la perspective" showcased their collective expertise in perspective and geometry. Their collaboration had a lasting impact on the dissemination of artistic knowledge during their time, influencing the development of perspective in both the realms of art and science in 17th-century France.