Anna Dorothea Lisiewska-Therbusch (July 23, 1721 - November 9, 1782) was a Berlin-born artist of Polish descent. Her first teacher was her father Georg Lesiewski. She later was taught by Antoine Pesne, a Prussian court painter. From 1761 until 1762, she was painter to the Count of Wurttemburg and was later the court painter for the Elector of the Palatine. In 1767, she moved to Paris and was elected to the Academie Royale. She was also appointed to the court of the Empress of Russia and to King Frederick II of Prussia.
Her sister Rosina de Gase Lisiewska was also an accomplished artist.
A portion of one of her paintings of Frederick The Great was used as cover artwork for the game Prussia's Defiant Stand.