Paul François Dupont (May 24, 1796 - December 11, 1879) was a Paris based chromolithographer and printer active in the late 19th century. He was born in Dijon and founded his firm, Imprimerie Paul Dupont, in 1925. The firm operated throughout most of the 19th and 20th century, surviving Dupont himself. Although primarily Pairs-based, a Clichy annex opened in 1858. Imprimerie Paul Dupont is best known for large scale chromolithograph promotional posters, although it also issued bank notes and certificates. The firm formally closed in 1985.