This month in the DIEGO_VOCI NEWSLETTER, Stephen Max, DVP Producer, shares with you his thoughts on #Clowns and #Children, both subjects that Antonio DIEGO Voci never tired of putting to canvas. Here are two that were discovered this August! Click on the Newsletter link below our 2 excellent DIEGO images. There is a BONUS video, too!
The prestigious Galerie Dahms (back in the early 1980’s) located on #Wilhemstraße, one of Germany’s busiest upscale shopping streets was owned by Siegfried #Dahms and his wife until they retired and closed the shop in 1990. Here is the 14-page catalog Herr Dahms created for DIEGO collectors, using Coop #Cooprider 1st ever published 8-page catalog:
To view Coop’s 1974 catalog in English please click here:
More new images showing Diego Voci enjoying life to its fullest! Here shown with Helga Voci and friends in 1973-74 era with a nice selection of the artist’s works on the wall! Are you in the photo? Find more images of DIEGO et. al.
In honor of the last few days celebrating Black History Month, the Diego Voci Project presents number 7 in the “COLORBLIND SERES” with “Jeune fille Avec Port Jaune”. An exquisite portrait of an African “Young Girl with a Yellow Pot” acquired by Captain Gene Page in 1974 from Antonio DIEGO Voci at Patch Barracks in Stuttgart, Germany.
Captain Page had very good taste! Appreciate the bold color contrast and the folds in the fabric. Where is this painting today? We would like to know.
The image comes from hundreds of index cards, which Helga, Diego’s widow kept to document Diego sales. Faded by time the old photos lost their OOMPF. Shown here is the index card and photo, next to what the painting may have looked like as originally envisioned by Diego. Stephen Max, Producer for the DVP, brought the beautiful young African girl in the painting back to life.
Here are links to the series the “Colorblind” presented by our DVP team. Diego embraced every skin color. Because in truth, ALL lives matter:
The Fairchild family members Cheryl and Dan, along with their son Brad each have at least one #Diego Voci #masterpiece! Today we feature Brad’s #Madonna as Part #4 of our trail to the birth of #Jesus on #Monday:
“Madonna” by Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985) #113892, 31″ x 23″
Imagine finding a #treasure like Brad did online. Keep a lookout…a couple of thousand Diego oil paintings are scattered around the world. Our DVP team just found a treasure in #Lithuania. You never know where you’ll find your’s!
We’ve featured several of the Fairchild family #Diego Voci #Collection: