Zareh Kalfayan (Armenian: Զարեհ Գալֆաեան, 1887 in Constantinople, Ottoman Empire - died 1939, in Paris, France) was an Ottoman painter of Armenian descent.
Zareh Kalfayan was born in Constantinople to Armenian parents. He attended the local art school. He began to teach art at the Getronagan Armenian Lyceum. His paintings were first exhibited in Istanbul. His notable works include Evening at Dolmabahce, Misty Morning at Tophane, and Sunrise and Rumelihisari. In 1922 Kalfayan went to Paris, where he enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts. He later held several exhibitions. For a time he served as president of the Society of Freelance Armenian Painters. In later life he painted largely in the style of miniature.