Remigius Adrianus Haanen or Remigius van Haanen (Jan 5, 1812 – Aug 13, 1894), was a 19th-century painter from the Northern Netherlands. Haanen mainly painted winter landscapes and coastal views.
He was the son of the papercutter Casparis Haanen and was the brother of the painters George Gillis Haanen, Elisabeth Alida Haanen and Adriana Johanna Haanen. He also received a lesson from Jan van Ravenswaay. Both he and his brother George Haanen and his sisters Elisabeth Haanen and Adriana Haanen were artists who were active in different genres. Haanen had one son, Cecil Haanen.
After learning his trade from his father and at the Academy of Utrecht, he moved in 1837 from the Netherlands to Austria, where he was active in Vienna.