Johann Berka (July 20, 1759 - July 7, 1838) was a Czech artist and engraver. In his youth, Berka devoted himself to music and to drawing. An excellent singer, he was recruited by one of the churches in Prague to sing in its choir and study humanities. Only after losing his voice did Berka begin to work with copper and other methods of metal engraving. He produced many celebrated works, including reproductions of 12 landscapes inspired by Norbert Grund.