Étienne Denisse was a French botanical artist, lithographer, botanist and horticulturist. The standard author abbreviation Denisse is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name.
Denisse worked at the horticultural gardens of the National Museum of Natural History, France. He lived for many years in the French West Indies, and was commissioned by the government of Guadeloupe to illustrate and collect the plants of the French Antilles, and to research their pharmaceutical and culinary properties. His work, "Flore d'Amérique", was important for its hand-coloured lithographs.