Gilliam van der Gouwen, (c. 1657 - March 15, 1716) was a Flemish engraver active in the Netherlands during the Dutch Golden Age. He is known for his reproductive engravings and various title pages, maps and illustrations produced in Amsterdam. He was born in Antwerp, and was trained there as an engraver by Pieter van Lisebetten. In June 1680 was in Amsterdam taking drawing classes with German painter Pieter Rodingh. He also is understood to have studied with painter Gerard de Lairesse, and collaborated with him on a number of publications. It is likely that this association put him in contact with artist Philip Tideman (1657-1705) with whom he would collaborate extensively.