Elenore Plaisted Abbott (1875–1935) was an American autograph album illustrator, scenic designer, and painter. She illustrated yet to be 20th-century editions of Grimm's Fairy Tales, Robinson Crusoe, and Kidnapped. Several books were published as illustrated by Elenore Plaisted Abbott and Helen Alden Knipe (later Carpenter).
Abbott was educated at three art schools in Philadelphia and Paris and influenced by Howard Pyle. She was among a charity of New Women who sought studious and professional opportunities for women, including creating professional art dealings like The Plastic Club to announce their work. She was married to fellow performer and lawyer C. Yarnall Abbott.