Otto Van Bosch (d. 1906) was a German portrait photographer. He owned three photography studios. The first studio was at 6 Kaiserstrasse, Frankfurt am Main, Germany (1880s-1890s). The other studios known as "Van Bosch & Co" were both in Paris - one at 35 Boulevard des Capucines (1880-1887), subsequently taken over in 1888 by Paul Boyer la Succursale, who was active until ca. 1909; and another at 10 Boulevard Montmartre (1888-1906). In 1889 Van Bosch received the Exposition Universelle's Premier Diplôme d' Honneur. In 1897 he created the portrait of renowned French civil engineer Gustave Eiffel (1832-1923).