Diego Collector, York Fischer is selling his 3 Diego Voci drawings. *Make an offer! York can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
York shares his meeting DIEGO in Germany: “These 3 drawings, I purchased directly from Diego in 1985 during a get together at the Hotel / Restaurant Gondola located outside the back gate of Ramstein AFB. It was the the third time we met and during my buy we had a glass of wine and a fun conversation.”
*York hopes to sell each drawing for USD $2,300 or all three for USD $6000. Prices are not where we hoped they would be after 10 years of the all-volunteer DVP Team Efforts.
Not Diego, the Game. Not artists, Diego Riviera or Diego Velázquez. This is about Diego Voci!
Joy Naffouj, a Canadian Art Dealer met internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985, VOH-chee) in 1966 in Germany. She was attracted to his strong painting style; very different from her stable of the other artists she represented. He had been signing his great body of work with some form of “Voci”. But everyone knew him as “Diego”. Joy convinced him to sign his paintings thereafter with the “Diego” signature.
Coop Cooprider spotted “Diego’s” work at an exhibition at her studio in Ramstein, Germany. Diego also displayed at the Restaurant La Gondola,Gigi, the owner, pictured with Diego and a Stars & Stripes reporter.
WHO owns these paintings above? Any information on the whereabouts of these works or the owners, please contact us at The Diego Voci Project Team email@example.com
Frau Strauss was the original owner of this wonderful impressionistic landscape by internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985). Will the present owner please contact the Diego Voci Project http://www.diegovociproject.com
Diego Voci “Die Wanderer am Wegrand”; 50x60cm, #11802-113
“Die Wanderer am Wegrand”; 50x60cm, #11802-113 purchased by Helga Strauss November 21, 1980 at La Gondola Restaurant in Ramstein, Germany. Last known address for Helga Strauss is Theodor – Heuss – Allee 153, 6630 Saarlouis – Steinrausch.
Please note the yellow string was to hold the painting when this Polaroid image was taken.
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