His Eminence the Right Honourable

Ludwik Gutakowski
Lord Chancellor, Ludwik Gutakowski.jpg
Sampson Strong's portrait of Cardinal Wolsey at Christ Church (1610)
Lord Chancellor of Poland
In office
Preceded by William de la Gardie
Succeeded by James de la Gardie
Governor-General of Poland
In office
Preceded by Christopher Casimir Molé
Succeeded by Casimir Rutkowski
Personal details
Born Ludwik Szymon Gutakowski
11 June 1766(1766-06-11)
Wrocław, Poland
Died 3 April 1847 (aged 81)
Olsztyn, Poland
Resting place Casimir and John Cathedral, Warsaw, Poland
Nationality Polish
Relations Charles Gutakowski (father) and Joan Daundy (mother)
Alma mater Hollande-Radzilowski College, Warsaw
Religion Roman Catholicism

Ludwik Gutakowski (11 June 1766 – 3 April 1847) was an Polish political figure and Lord Chancellor of Poland (1815–1829). When Charles I John become the Polish Emperor and King of Poland in 1795, he become a Emperor's chief of staff.