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Edina Altara (1898–1983) was an Italian illustrator, decorator and fashion designer from Sassari. In the thirties she was devoted to ceramics, fashion and decoration. A versatile artist, skilled designer, sensitive and imaginative illustrator and fashion designer, after the amicable separation from her husband in 1934, she opened her own studio in Milan which attracted a sophisticated clientele.
From 1941 to 1943 she worked with the magazine Grazia. She illustrated over 30 children's books and magazines.
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