Thomas Goldsworthy Dutton (1820 - 1891) was a 19th-century English marine lithographer, draftsman, painter, and etcher. He was active in London from about 1845 to 1891. Dutton was born in Middlesex, England, the son of an ironmonger. Dutton became known as one of the finest 19th century English lithographers of nautical scenes and ship portraits. He worked for Ackermann to transfer nearly 100 prints to lithographic stone. His work is known for both maritime 'correctness' and attention to detail. Dutton worked out of a studio on Fleet Street in London and his work was frequently exhibited at the Royal Society of British Artists between 1858 and 1879. A near complete collection of Dutton's lithograph work is held at the Greenwich National Maritime Museum.