Antonio Basoli (Castel Guelfo, 1774–1848) was an Italian painter, interior designer, scenic designer, and engraver. In 1839, he published "Alfabeto Pittorico, ossia raccolta di pensieri pittorici composti di oggetti comincianti dalle singole lettere alfabetiche ("Pictorial Alphabet, a collection of pictorial thoughts composed of objects beginning with the individual letters of the alphabet"), an album of twenty-five lithographs. Basoli worked as a set designer and decorator for theaters around Bologna such as the Marsigli Rossi Theater, the Teatro Comunale di Bologna and the Theater Contavalli. He also decorated the Palazzo Rosselli del Turco, Palazzo Sanguinetti and Palazzo Hercolani.
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