Hanna Pauli, born Hirsch 13 January 1864 in Stockholm, died 29 December 1940 in Solna, was a Swedish artist.
Hanna first studied at August Malmström's art school in Stockholm 1876–79, then at the Academy of Fine Arts. She continued her education at the Académie Colarossi in Paris 1885–87.
In 1887 she married Georg Pauli, painter, illustrator, sculptor, engraver and writer. Children and family then occupied much of her time and the home became a gathering place for many of the cultural personalities of the time. She mainly painted intimate interiors and psychologically intrusive portraits and occupies a special place in Swedish art history with, among other things, some fine-tuned group portraits such as Vännerna med The Twelve, which in the light of a kerosene lamp reads aloud from a book to her closest friends.