William Heath (1795 - 1840) was a British artist best known for his engraving, which included caricatures, political cartoons, and commentary on contemporary life. Early in his career, he focused on military scenes, but after about 1820 he focused on satire. The Glasgow Looking Glass (renamed The Northern Looking Glass after only five issues), the caricature magazine, was partially founded by Heath. Some of his works were published under the pseudonym ‘Paul Pry’.