Magnus Knut Enckell (November 9, 1870 - November 27, 1925) was a Finnish painter.
Enckell was the first Finnish artist to break with Naturalism, which was the established style during his education in Helsinki 1889-1891. In 1891, he went to Paris for the first time, where he was a student of Jules-Joseph Lefebvre und Benjamin Constant at the Académie Julian. There he became a member of the Symbolist movement. He was strongly influenced by Pierre Puvis de Chavannes and became interested in the then new Symbolist artistic movement and also in borrowing ideas from Symbolist literature.