Louis-Philippe Boitard (c. 1750 - 1758) was a French engraver active in London during the middle part of the 18th century. Boitarde was born in Paris and relocated to London with his father François Boitard (1670 – 1719), a baroque painter, as a young man. Boitard, like his father, mastered engraving under the tutelage of Raymond Lafage. His most notable work is the compilation and engraving of 41 plates in total for Joseph Spence's Polymetis. At the time of his death he was based in England.