Mervyn Levy (February 11, 1915 – April 14, 1996) was a Welsh artist and critic, best known for his association with Dylan Thomas.
Levy first met Thomas at primary school in Swansea. While studying art in London, he shared digs with Alfred Janes and Dylan Thomas, both friends from his home town. Levy drew several portraits of Dylan. He had a distinguished career as a critic, and produced studies of James Whistler, L. S. Lowry and D. H. Lawrence.