Louis Denis (1725-1794) was a Paris based engraver, cartographer, and publisher. Little is known of Denis, but he held the titles of Géographe des Enfants de France and Géographe du duc de Berry (future Louis XVI). These positions essentially involved tutoring the young prince in geography. He is best known for his incomplete road atlas of France, Le Conducteur Français.. He was a relative of an often worked with Martial Denis, also an engraver. Denis also worked with fellow engraver Louis-Charles Desnos.