In October 1973, Dr. Ogden (Ted) Brown had DIEGO as their guest, sponsoring a stellar one-man exhibition for him at the #Broadmoor Resort, #Boulder, #Colorado.

Marsha Largent, who then became Diego’s U.S. Representative, was the source of these 3 pricelists for Diego Voci #artworks:

2 1973 Pricelists in PAINT Post for Social Media 20 JAN 2015

The first (Top Left) appears to be the prices that Diego expected from the sale of each work – prepared by Helga Voci.

The second (Top Right) appears to be the retail asking price at the #Broadmoor show.

21 years later, the third (list) compiled in 1994 appears to be appraisals in Helga Voci’s hand, perhaps for determining insurance values.

Handwritten 1994 Pricelist by Helga in PAINT for POST 20 JAN 2015

To see #Diego with Ted and Alyce Brown in #Colorado Springs:


To see Marsha Largent on the couch under her favorite Diego “Nude in Yellow” :


This same post #445 on AC – ADV also announces the $20,000 Reward for Return of “Nude in Yellow.”

To see “Le Amazzoni” which on the list above in 1973 was sold for $3,000, in 1994 was appraised at $5,000:


An additional 20 years later (2015), view the current #wholesale pricing on the DIEGO VOCI ESTATE, available through Helga Voci:  http://www.diegovociproject.com/#!acquire-originals/c1d4p

Contact us with #DIEGO questions and or comments you have: diegovociproject@gmail.com

AC DV History #192 1/21/2015



Full Length Green Dress and Maroon Jacket by DIEGO Tweaked 30 DEC 2014When not painting, an abundance of creation filled Diego’s life.  Whether it be cooking, #designing and #tailoring #clothes or charming people, it all supplemented Diego’s painting & drawing, capturing the miracles in human faces and other great works of art.

Helga goes back in time to reminisce when she wore this elegant “green” dress.  Diego had designed and sewn himself.  In Helga’s words,

“I have 1 photo of this green evening dress, it was one evening when Diego and me went to the Theater and Lakshmi took a picture of us, because she thought we looked so nice”.  (click on link for more information on Lakshmi, the nanny; http://www.artifactcollectors.com/diego-history-4330818/Page6.html#171)

DIEGO VOCI “The TAILOR”: While at his first USA exhibit in 1973 at the Broadmoor in Boulder, he designed and sewed a beautiful full length gold brocade dress as a gift for the Brown Family daughters Marsha and Lynda. $20,000 Reward being offered for “Yellow Nude“: See Marsha sitting below the “Yellow Nude”: http://www.artifactcollectors.com/diego-history-4330818/Page3.html#76  Lynda is seen here in the gold brocade dress:  http://www.pinterest.com/diegovoci/diego-tailor-designer-cook-and-more/ 

*Both Google and Bing have selected artworks by Diego to display for their viewer. Search “Diego Voci”, then “click” on Images.

AC DV History #168 3/26/2014


    The first idea… the first few lines decide the whole work.” Antonio DIEGO Voci (what would DIEGO think of Art today……)ART BASEL 2014 - A ROARING SUCCESS

Doug Aitken, Exit (large) (2014) at Regen Projects
Photo: Ben Davis