Joseph Bowler (born 1928, Forest Hills, New York) is an artiste and illustrator.
Bowler was a regular illustrator for the likes of Cosmopolitan Magazine and Ladies' Home Journal in the Second Illustrative Golden Age after the Second World War.
An apprentice of the Charles E. Cooper Art Studio in New York, Bowler was named The Artists' Guild of New York Artist of the Year in 1967. The rave review was a crack for Bowler, who amid 1968 and 1971 illustrated Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy for Ladies' Home Journal, and David Eisenhower and his wife Julie for The Saturday Evening Post.
In 1958, Bowler was stricken when polio.
He was named in the Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame in 1992.