Evert Maaskamp (1769 - January 31, 1834) was a Dutch publisher and book and print merchant in Amsterdam from about 1800 to 1834. In addition to geographical publications and topographic maps and prints, he produced fantastically illustrated works on sheet metal. Over the course of his career, Maaskamp collaborated with Charles Howard Hodges, an English artist, whose influence is apparent in many of Maaskamp’s prints.