Joseph Warner (fl. c. 1876 - c. 1908) was an American bird's-eye view artist and publisher active in the late 19th century. Warner appears to have worked with the prolific view artist Albert Ruger. Little is known of Warner's life and only three known views bear his imprint: Portland, Maine; Fenton, Michigan; and Zeeland, Michigan. Two of these were published by Joseph Stoner. He is further known to have worked as an agent for Ruger in the publication of Ruger's 1879 view of East Saginaw. Little else is known of his life or work.