Toivo Santeri Salokivi (Johansson until 1900), born September 2, 1886 in Turku, died March 26, 1940 in Helsinki, was a Finnish painter and graphic artist. Salokivi studied at the Turun piirustuskoulu (Turku Drawing School) between 1900–1904 and thereafter in Munich and Paris. He taught at the Drawing School between 1914–1917 and ran his own painting school in Helsinki between 1931–1933. Salokivi's works are greatly influenced by light saturation. His works include impressionistic archipelago motifs, figure compositions and finely executed etchings. He is buried in the Hietaniemi Cemetery in Helsinki.