Hurvin Anderson (born 1965) is a British painter. Anderson was born in Birmingham, England, to parents of Jamaican origin. He was educated at Wimbledon College of Art, London and The Royal College of Art, London.
Anderson often works from photographs and his own memories to create works that range from delicate paintings on vellum to large canvases that can consume an entire wall. His paintings and works on paper "depict places where memory and history converge" and engage with issues of identity and representation. While recent works, such as Studio Drawing 15 (2016) mark a shift toward abstraction in his oeuvre, the motifs of the barbershop, densely layered trees, and Caribbean landscapes have been consistently featured throughout most of his career. Anderson is represented by Thomas Dane Gallery in London and Michael Werner Gallery in New York.