Moshe Castel (1991-1909) was an Israeli painter. He was born in Jerusalem and studied at the Bezalel Academy and in Paris. His work was greatly influenced by the spirit of Jewish mysticism. Castel was one of the founding fathers of the Israeli abstract painting movement New Horizons (Ofakim Hadashim). During his artistic career, Castel created numerous murals, including those on display at the Knesset and the Jerusalem International Convention Center.