This gorgeous visually stunning new book covers a wide range of internationally collected artist Diego (VOH-chee 1920-1985) Styles featuring FACES . It makes a perfect gift for all art lovers. It offers an insider’s tour representing our 100th Anniversary Celebration of Diego’s life. One hundred years of magic, Diego – Artist of a Thousand Faces, available for purchase August 10th 2020 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Diego_Voci
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FIND YOUR SPACE – FORGE YOUR CONNECTION Bringing together the Next Generation The Diego Voci Project where we are celebrating the 100th anniversary of Diego’s birth (August 10th). This year marks the 100th year since the Master’s birth in Gasperina Italy. This summer set your sights on a Diego experience. Engage with our passion, and experience the beauty of Diego. The Diego Voci Project is growing a community of people, art and ideas. Find your space.From Masterpieces in oil to Tempera and Watercolour, there’s plenty of faces to discover. In recognition of this once in a lifetime occurrence we are creating a book titled Diego The Artist of a Thousand Faces. Enjoy the celebration and this video about the art of Diego in Diego – Artist of a Thousand Faces from Stephen Max
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Rembrandt: An artist captivated with his own image. Internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (VOH-chee 1920-1985) was a fan of Rembrandt. Every now and them you can see the influence. Here is an example of “Little boy” with a impressionistic touch by Diego Voci.
Complimentary of DVP. Check out the history on Diego Voci, who was inspired by the Old Masters and their exemplary works of art. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Diego_Voci
Giorgio Morandi’s Calmness 1951 “Still Life” SOLD for $1.6 Million in the Face of Uncertainty
Was Diego inspired here by Morandi? Maybe? What do you think?
Read more about the versatility of Diego Voci: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Diego_Voci
Black Artists and Gallerists on What a More Inclusive Art World Would Look Like
In Boston, the intersection of Washington and State Streets is sacred ground. In Sanford, Florida, the intersection of Retreat View Circle and Twin Trees Lane is sacred ground. In Minneapolis, the intersection of East 38th Street and Chicago Avenue South is sacred ground.
It’s not only funny but true. He really could articulate the point. Courtesy of Joyce Dostart and the Cooprider Family Collection.
In the same spirit of the previous “Ebony and Ivory” post COLORBLIND SERIES 4 #COLORBLIND DIEGO ART SERIES 5
We now present a black and white LINOCUT experiment by internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985).
Diego was always experimenting, glass paint, sand paint, collage, and here LINOCUT. As an example of his artistic genius, I’d rate this at best a “C” plus, but not bad for the first time carving piece of linoleum. The hard part is to think in reverse: what you carve away becomes the white, and what’s left of the lino surface covered with ink and pressed to paper becomes the black.