Tassaduq Sohail (30 October 1930 – 2 October 2017) was a Pakistani painter and short story writer. Primarily known for his paintings, his first artwork appeared in an exhibition of Royal Academy of Arts in London around 1978, and later his work appeared at Bonhams’s international art exhibition in 2007 which helped him to be recognized as one of the prominent artists.
He produced most of work about animals and portrayed them as superior creatures besides portraying dogs and birds moving out in the early morning. He also depicted social condemnation and non-conformance. Some of his artwork depicted “women with their eyes tell stories of their fears and desires”.