Charles Lucy (1814–1873) was an English historical painter of the Victorian era.
Lucy was born at Norton Canon, Herefordshire. He was descended from the Lucys of Charlecote, Warwickshire. He is best known for his 'Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers' in the National Heritage Museum, Lexington, Massachusetts, USA; engravings of Oliver Cromwell; and a painting of King Charles I of England after his execution. This painting was sold by Bonham's, London in October 2006. He died in Hereford and was buried in Highgate Cemetery, North London.