Jean Boisseau (fl. c. 1631 – 1657) was a French cartographer, publisher and enlumineur (colorist) active in the middle of the 17th century. Boisseau produced a number of important maps and atlases, including his 1643 reduction of Champlain's map, entitled Description de la Nouvelle France, identified as the first to name all five of the Great Lakes. He also produced the famous Colonel's Plan of Paris, and an important atlas, Tresor des Cartes Geographiques, arguably the first French world atlas. He held the post of Enlumineur du Roy pour les cartes geographiques and his work as a colorist is evident in map maps of the period from Royal libraries.