A Diego Voci Original Perhaps no other artist has influenced the way we see the human condition more than Antonio DIEGO Voci. His numerous images have provided us with a visual snapshot of the Twentieth Century. An unstoppable enthusiasm for Form, Shape and Color.A Diego Voci Original This Diego™ original painting is a simply elegant, enigmatic clown portrait, that compels a shiver of aesthetic pleasure. With this original painting Diego™ demonstrates a deeply satisfying mastery of the classical style to go with the contemporary rendering of “Le Petit Clown”. Diego Voci™ Original Tempera Painting completed in 1979. Le Petit Clown measures 50 X 40 CM – 24 X 20 Inches and is a beautiful representation of Diego’s contemplative, sensitive style. Shipped with Canada Post Regular Parcel.
Diego loved the face of the #Clown, and his fans could never get enough. Carl Salyar bought this one in 1977. Owner and whereabouts of this clown is unknown. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Diego Voci; “Clown Mit Blume” #471-675 oval oil on canvas
Clowns paint their faces to mask the truth of who they are. Note the hand of the clown laying on part of the clown’s neck. There is thought that placing your hand to the part of their neck and cover it when one feels insecure, uncomfortable, or anxious.
Another Diego Voci clown is painted actually gazing introspectively in the mirror. This clown is in the collection of Marsha Largent Piper.
Although known as a figurative artist, Diego Voci was a Master of the Surreal.
Diego Voci; “Arlequin Sur La Plage” 50x60cm oil on canvas
The not-for-profit Diego Voci Project is searching for the lost paintings of internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985). This is only one of couple thousand “Diegos’” to be found. It was purchased by Eugene Alfaro April 4, 1977.
A reconnection after 40 years was discovered over the weekend with original Diego Collector Bob Sholar and a lost original Diego painting. Collector Bob Sholar sent the Diego Voci Project images of the Sholar “Diego” collection. The Diego Voci Project … Continue reading →
BE ON THE LOOK OUT FOR “DIEGO VOCI” PAINTINGS. THEY ARE TURNING UP EVERYWHERE. BE APART OF THE NEW GENERATION
Mike Stewart recently acquired this “DIEGO”painting at an estate sale. Mike had not heard of “Diego” before he had seen this painting. Mike was drawn to the eyes in the painting, he said they looked like “#Modigliani” eyes and thought the painting was “well done”.
Mike searched Google for any information on “Diego” and found an example of a clown / harlequin and connected what he found to Diego Voci. There upon found a plethora of information on Diego Voci on Google. He didn’t know what an important man Diego was until he started reading Diego Voci Wikipedia, the Diego Voci threads on Artifact Collectors and the Diego Voci website.
This is an example of the NEW GENERATION DIEGO COLLECTORS.
The painting with frame is 27″ x 20 ½”, tempera and pastel with the use of sand for added texture on paper board. The mat is new.