Bernardo Ferrándiz (y) Bádenes (b. Cañamelar, July 22, 1835 – d. Málaga, May 2, 1885) was a Spanish painter.
Ferrándiz studied at the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Carlos de Valencia, where he was student of Francisco Martínez, and later he visited to Paris, Madrid, Morocco and Rome. After 1868 he was professor of coloration and composition at the art school Escuela de Arte San Telmo de Málaga. A street in his home town is named in honor of him.
"El Tribunal de las Aguas de Valencia", 1865
- "El Viático a un Mendigo Moribundo"
- "El Tribunal de las Aguas de Valencia"
- "El charlatán político"
- "Juicio de Faltas"
- "Visita a la Nodriza"
- "Una Boda en Valencia"
- "Retrato de Fortuny" (portrait of Fortuny)
- "Dar Posada al Peregrino"
- "La Alegría de la Casa and Scila y Caribdis"
- Honorary mention at the national exposition in 1860
- Silver medal in Madrid, 1866