Sara Alexandri, (born 22 October 1913) was a Russian artist known for her oil paintings who, after training in Italy, spent the majority of her career in Britain.
Alexandri was born in Kherson, then part of Russia and now in the Ukraine, and was educated in Palestine. She studied art in Florence, initially at the Royal Institute d'Arte between 1936 and 1940 and then, after the Second World War, at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts during 1946 and 1947. Married and living in England, first at Bath then at St Leonards-on-Sea, Alexandri exhibited oil paintings and watercolours of landscapes, flowers and figure subjects at numerious venuesin Britain and abroad. These included the Royal Academy in London, with the Royal Society of British Artists, the Women's International Art Club and at the Royal West of England Academy in Bristol and at the Paris Salon.