Enrique Simonet Lombardo (February 2, 1866 – April 20, 1927) was a Spanish painter. Simonet was born in Valencia. His first vocation of childhood was religious studies, but he abandoned it to devote himself to painting. Despite being Valencian and studying at the Saint Charles Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Valencia, he joined a circle of artists in the city of Málaga.
In 1901 he became professor of Studies and Forms of Nature and Art, at the School of Fine Arts in Barcelona. He also attended the workshop of Bernardo Ferrándiz Bádenes, forming part of the Malaga school of painting. Simonet died on April 20, 1927.