Alfredo Edel Colorno

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Alfredo Edel Colorno (1856–1912) was an Italian costume designer popular during the late 19th and early 20th century.

Edel designed costumes for theater productions and designed advertisements for operas and social events. Edel was in charge of color and costume theme for a spectacle titled "America" which was part of Chicago's Columbian Exposition in 1893. Edel's costumes were also featured at the Hippodrome in New York during 1904 after the artist traveled to the United States, the artist is best remembered for his harmonious and often bold color combinations and themes.

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