Emanuel Granberg (1754–1797) was a Finnish painter.
Granberg was born in Vihanti. His father was a chaplain. Granberg primarily worked on murals and paintings for local churches. His first work was for the Muhos church 1773-1774. He also produced works for churches in Oulunsalo, Raahe, Sotkamo. Some of his surviving works can be found in the Oulu Museum of Art and the National Museum of Finland.
- Onni Okkonen, Finnish art history, 252
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