#DIEGO_VOCI & THE MARKETPLACE #1975

Marche de Fleurs and Market Day

Happy #LaborDay!       Go To The:   #Market #marché #Markt #mercato #mercado

Internationally collected #artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985) enjoyed the atmosphere of the open market in the many villages he traveled, the variety of people, the conversations, and capturing the stories from their eyes and their #faces, that he would later remember on canvas. (As shown here on faded polaroids provided by Diego’s widow, Helga Voci, she made these frames.)

“MARCHÉ DE FLEURS” was purchased by Captain Kuehn in March 1975. “MARKET DAY” was purchased by Ronald Harrington in April 1975. Where are they and their Diego’s now?  

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EVIDENCE AMAZON WARRIOR WOMEN EXISTED

Die Amazonen #1051-365 Capt. Charles Wight 60x70cm

Diego Voci; “Die Amazonen” #1051-365 70x60cm

At least the Amazonen existed in Diego’s dream which he transferred to this canvas “Die Amazonen”. The ancient parchment illustrated is only the second known tribute to the Amazon warrior woman by internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985). Help us find this one.

The other is the Picassoesque “Amazonni”, a masterpiece in the collection of Coop Cooprider Diego Voci Historian since (1973)*. Link https://www.artifactcollectors.com/diego-voci-painting-of-the-week-5154118/Page9.html#87210

*Sold to him on his 1973 trip to #Colorado by Marsha Largent Piper, daughter of Dr. Ogden Brown, who was Diego’s exclusive USA representative.

C87-3 Le Amazzoni 31 x 39

Diego Voci; “Le Amazzoni” #83 851 oil on canvas; Private Collection 

#Picasso #Cooprider #Amazonen #LaborDay #Guns #DiegoVoci #Warrior #Women

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