Daniel Moynihan (b. 1948) is a painter and printmaker based in Melbourne, who studied painting and printmaking at Preston Technical College, and at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) under Udo Sellbach and Tate Adams. He has lectured at Prahran College of Advanced Education (1973–77) and at the Preston (later the Phillip) Institute of Technology (1977–92). In 1988, at Rick Amor’s request, he reintroduced Amor to the techniques of etching, which Amor had first used twenty years earlier when he was a student at the National Gallery of Victoria Art School. Moynihan was Head of Printmaking at RMIT University from 1992 to 1997. In 2016 the Art Gallery of Ballarat held a retrospective of his work: The Art of Daniel Moynihan: Printmaking 1966–2016.
Daniel Moynihan exhibits at Australian Galleries, Collingwood (Melbourne).