Thomas Medland (c. 1765 - 1833) was a British artist and engraver. He served as the drawing-master at Haileybury College, a school founded by the East India Company, and acted as landscape engraver to the Prince of Wales, the future King George IV. A master of the aquatint etching technique, his works were regularly displayed at the Royal Academy and he produced impressive plates for several successful publications, including George Leonard Staunton's An Authentic Account of an Embassy from the King of Great Britain to the Emperor of China and William Gell's The Topography of Troy, and its Vicinity.