Miklós Ligeti (May 1, 1871 – December 10, 1944) was a Hungarian sculptor and artist. His sculptural style integrated elements of impressionism and realism.
Ligeti was born in Pest. At first a pupil of Alajos Stróbl in Budapest, Ligeti later studied in Vienna.
He produced mainly memorials and portraits. His major works include the statues of Anonymus (1903) erected in Budapest.