Sometime the genius of talent and respect for it deserves to rise above politics. And today we ask that the viewer consent only the artists amazing ability to interpret an incident and tell a story without words.
Here are 3 key famous people blended into a parody of the famous airline incident where a passenger was recently dragged off the plane. Do you recognize them?
This is a faded Polaroid of a internationally collected artist Diego Voci (1920-85) painting titled: “Don Quichote and Sancho Panza” oil on canvas 60x80cm which was originally purchased about 1975 by Herr Schmalz.
The Diego Voci Project is seeking the whereabouts of Herr Schmalz and this painting.
Helga, widow of Diego, shared with us her memory “as far as I can remember Herr Schmalz was the director of the Canadian Officers Club in Baden Baden, Germany.”
Brandon Katryna Benson recently posted this original drawing titled “Die Mutter bit Kind (Mother and Child)” for sale on eBay.
The buyer of this exceptional drawing received the piece with glass that was completely shattered but fortunately after cleaning away all the shards of glass the drawing was unharmed.
Just a few years ago, the times have changed when no one knew who Diego Voci was on the internet and now paintings are frequently posted on various sites for sale and sold to new buyers of new generations.
In art, often the sign of a great artist is their ability to draw… and Joy Gibson Naffouj, the Canadian art dealer representing Diego during his art career … quoted…”Diego’s hand is so fast it disappears as you watch.” Tony Voci, nephew of Diego, observed during his 1957 trip in Europe with his uncle… “Diego drew every waking minute“.
Drawing of this nature is done by Diego with certainty of line is complete in just a few minutes.
This Mother and Child subject matter is in memory of Diego’s trip to the Navajo Indians.
This Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985) painting titled “Bullfight” from December 1974 was purchased by George Beasley and the Diego Voci Project team (all volunteer group) is searching for this painting or the whereabouts of.
On October 30, 1976 in Wiesbaden, Germany, a WilliamBurdümy purchased this Diego Voci (1920-85) painting titled “Haystacks“. This painting was painted in Diego’s home studio where Helga Voci, widow of Diego Voci, still lives today.
“Haystack” examples were a fascination by other masters; #Monet, #Pissaro and #Cezanne.
Please visit www.diegovociproject.com to view more master pieces from the internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci.
Painted on burlap 50 years ago Diego’s “Poor People” looks much the same as the poverty in some 3rd World countries and refugee camps today.
POOR PEOPLE, 1967, 39 1/2 x 47 1/2 inches
This #painting was commissioned by Dr. Jawdat #Naffouj in 1967 for the Naffouj Private Collection and acquired in 1974 by Diego Voci™ Historian Coop #Cooprider, who started the DiegoVoci™Project. Google us!