Krasiński (in English, often spelled Krasinski; sometimes Krasinsky, if originally transliterated from Russian, Ukrainian or Belarusian) is a surname of Polish, or generally Slavic, origin.
In its feminine version, the Polish surname becomes Krasińska, and the Russian or Belarusian surname may become Krasinskaya.
- Krasiński family, Polish noble family
- Adam Stanisław Krasiński, Polish noble and bishop
- Jan Dobrogost Krasiński, Polish noble and politician
- Jan Kazimierz Krasiński, Polish noble and courtier
- Jan Krasiński, Polish noble and military commander
- Kazimierz Krasiński, Count, Polish noble, politician and patron of arts
- Michał Hieronim Krasiński, Polish noble and politician
- Stanisław Krasiński, Polish noble and governor
- Wincenty Krasiński, Count, Polish noble, military commander, senator, father of the poet Zygmunt Krasiński
- Władysław Krasiński, Count, Polish noble, son of the poet Zygmunt Krasiński
- Zofia Krasińska, Polish noble lady
- Zygmunt Krasiński, Polish romantic poet
- Georgij A. Krasinsky, Russian astronomer
- John Krasinski, American actor
- Mathilde Kschessinska, Russian prima ballerina of Polish origin, a.k.a. Princess Romanova-Krasinskaya
- Krasiński Library, a library in Warsaw
- Krasiński Palace, a palace in Warsaw
- Krasiński Square, a square in Warsaw
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