Compliments of: https://www.diegovociproject.com/
The lesson learned Dear Reader! Keep your eyes open, for you also may find a cubistic masterwork by internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (920-9185).
This Diego Voci example of cubism is museum worthy. The new owner states:
“We own two Diego Voci paintings. We are so happy that this project was started because we could never find any information on who our “Diego” was! We love our paintings and are not interested in selling. We were wondering if you (DVP) were interested in having photos of them for the projects’ catalogue? Please let us know. Thank you, Caroline & John”
Yes. The Diego Voci Project is delighted to include your works into the official Diego Voci Archive with the Diego Voci Estate. To view more cubistic works by Diego click here: https://www.pinterest.com/diegovoci/cubism-diegovocitm/
To see all the exciting shows click hear: https://news.artnet.com/art-world/new-york-museum-shows-to-see-over-the-holidays-1342733?utm_content=from_&utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=US%209:37%20a.m.%20newsletter%20for%2012/11/18&utm_term=New%20US%20Newsletter%20List
To learn more about Diego Voci visit: www.diegovociproject.com
View #DIEGO’S True #Colors here https://www.diegovociproject.com/
Any whereabouts of this painting or owner, please contact the email@example.com. Our mission is to catalog all of Diego Voci’s works of art with the official Archive of the Diego Voci Estate!
To Learn and View more:
On #Google; “Diego Voci Images” (Google selected them!!) Diego Voci Images
#Museum Tour; https://youtu.be/cnZXQuUbjlU
The book “Beauty of Diego” http://www.blurb.com/books/5419805-the-beauty-of-diego
$20,000 Reward: https://youtu.be/EA5aZ88bCM4
From the #Louvre in #Abu Dhabi snagging #Salvator Mundi to the #Native #American art heading to the Met, here are the year’s top 10 museum #acquisitions:
#Take a #virtual #Museum #Tour depicting #Diego Voci #Masterpieces
“La fille du port” owned by Tom Frinta and his wife Ena is best described in Tom’s own words, “La fille du port” is actually my favorite picture. I look at it several times a day. There is a very precious meaning. Her expression shows that poverty does not reduce the human values. Her face is still so beautiful and sovereign although she cannot afford a new dress.”
After connecting with Tom in March of 2015, the DVP found that not only did Tom share an exciting and clandestine adventure with “Diego” himself, this exquisite oil painting by Diego has a story of it’s own. To read about their “energizing” #adventure click on link at bottom of the WP post.
Circa 1973 Helga #Voci began keeping index cards of Diego oil #paintings, cards not found again until this year. Of recent DVP discovered 2 cards for the same painting. Coop has been the Diego Voci #Historian since #1973 and he and wife Patti continue to collect Diego #artwork and proudly display them with no intent to let go of any Diego artwork!
In 1974 Coop purchased“La fille du port” in Diego’s studio. Diego later, on Christine Khan’s behalf, asked Coop & Patti for some of their Diego collection to keep Christine in business. Since Coop let Patti choose a few, he had no idea which paintings were selected. Fortunately and unfortunately it ended up including the “La fille du port”.
Once we made the connection of 2 Index cards selling the same painting the mystery was solved. Sold to Coop in 1974, it was resold to Tom in 1980, who proudly refers to Diego as his “close friend Antonio”. “La fille du port” is in good hands with Tom and Ena.
Coop says “Tom has great taste”and that had he known Patti selecting this one he’d have stopped her!
Read more about internationally collected artist Antonio DIEGO Voci (1920-19-85) on Coop’s Wikipedia Biography: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Diego_Voci
In September of 1980 at Galerie Dahms on the prestigious Wilhelmstrasse of #Wiesbaden, #Germany, someone unknown person paid 3,100 Deutsche Marks for this fairly large painting by internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985).
La Vendeuse de Cocombres #4802-056 oil on canvas (English translation “saleswomen of melons”)
Helga Voci recalls, “The buyer may have been a German Doctor.” No name is on the index card. Siegfred Dahms owner of Galerie Dahms said this about Diego;
“DIEGO is one of the few artistic personalities whose paintings really appeal to people. They understand, they get excited about and they really enjoy living with DIEGO’s art. The beauty of his paintings and the desire of possession are often so immerse that people gradually acquire more and more of his work. DIEGO buyers soon become DIEGO collectors.”
Learn more about Diego. Take a virtual museum tour. https://youtu.be/GG5Jl-2FuXM
Enter “Diego Voci” into #Google, Bing, Yahoo, or any search engine…
CLICK on “IMAGES” in top left of Toolbar. See something like this:
Peruse #Diego’s #Artworks Available to you now: www.diegovociproject.com
DiegoVoci™, internationally collected #Italian artist (1920-1985) was raised to know the significance of caring for his family. DiegoVoci™ Historian since 1973, Coop Cooprider, during interviews with Diego, his wife Helga, and numerous family members, was reminded that Antonio Diego Voci wanted a different life than #VanGogh and #Modigliani. Here an excerpt from the DiegoVoci™ #Cooprider Biography:
“Among Diego’s many facets was a drive never to be poor, never to live a tormented drug ridden life of Amedeo Modigliani who at age 35 “died in Paris exacerbated by poverty only one exhibition to his credit” or the tortured life of Vincent van Gogh who died at age 37, with only one painting purchased in his lifetime.
Diego greatly admired the exceptional work of both artists; but, unlike both artists who found few buyers for their work, in their lifetime, Diego did for his.”
Read more of the Biography: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Diego_Voci
Find out a great deal more about DiegoVoci™ the passionate man, husband, father, son, connoisseur, fasion designer & incredible artist: http://www.artifactcollectors.com/diego-history-4330818.html
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