Paul Peel (November 7, 1860 – October 3, 1892) was a Canadian artist during the 19th century. He primarily painted young couples, and later in his career devoted much of his time to painting his son and daughter. He studied in Philadelphia and later Paris, and would eventually died there of a lung infection.
A major retrospective of his work was held in London, Ontario (his home town) in 1987. Many of his works now hang in the Art Gallery of Ontario.