Benjamin Thomas Pouncy (c. 1750 - 1799) was an English artist and engraver who produced works dealing with historical and antiquarian topics, as well as landscapes and contemporary events. He trained under the engraver William Woollett and later produced illustrations for Andrew Ducarel, a prolific researcher and writer. Pouncy also worked as a librarian at Lambeth Palace, residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury. He was a fellow of the Incorporated Society of Artists in London and exhibited with them as well as the Royal Academy. In addition to George Leonard Staunton's An Authentic Account of an Embassy from the King of Great Britain to the Emperor of China, he also produced many of the plates for accounts of Captain James Cook's second and third voyages.