Genty (fl. c. 1814 - 1834) was a Parisian printer especially known for his caricatures and political satires. Little is known about his life and training. Earlier scholars speculated that he may be the same as the portrait artist (miniaturist) Jean Baptiste Genty (c. 1770 - 1834), but later research has shown this to be most likely erroneous. Given the political nature of many of his satires, Genty often signed his works with oblique references such as 'marchand d'estampes' or 'chez tour les marchands de nouveautés.'