Fidelia Bridges (May 19, 1834 – May 14, 1923) was an American artist of the late 19th century, and one of the few women to have a successful career in that period. She was known for delicately detailed paintings that captured flowers, plants, and birds in their natural settings. Although she began as an oil painter, she later gained a reputation as an expert in watercolor painting. She was the only woman among a group of seven artists in the early years of the American Watercolor Society. Some of her work was published as illustrations in books and magazines and on greeting cards.