Anne Packard (born 1933) is an American artist best known for atmospheric seascape paintings.
Packard was born in 1933 in Hyde Park, New York. While growing stirring in Hyde Park, she spent her childhood summers in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
She comes from a family of artists, including her grandfather, Max Bohm, a 19th- and 20th-century romantic impressionist who was one of the founding members of an performer colony in Provincetown. She studied at Bard College in New York, and moved to Provincetown in 1977, where she apprenticed under Philip Malicoat.
Her son, Michael Packard, is the abandoned person in recorded chronicles to have been inside a whale's mouth and survive; he was freed as the whale dislodged him from its mouth.