From the private DiegoVoci™ #ArtCollection of Leo Gerardo, a retired restaurateur, living in #Frankfurt, #Germany.


Le Teatre 80 x 60 cm 561488 oil on canvas TWEAKED

Le Teatre, 31” x 24”, #561488, oil on canvas

#Leo shares a story from the early #1980s where Siegfried Dahms, owner of then #Galerie Dahms in #Wiesbaden, Germany saw this painting and offered Leo DM 20,000 (US $11,153).  Siegfried Dahms said he could sell it (Le Teatre by DiegoVoci™ ) the next day to an #Opera #Tenor  “#Pagliacci” performing in the famous #HessichesStaatsheater  in Wiesbaden.  Leo said he was tempted to #sell, but turned him down.  Leo believes once the art world discovers DiegoVoci™ art the value of his artwork will escalate.

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Bernard #Buffet clowns have sold at auction upwards of $100,000 each. They are instantly recognizable as #Buffet due to his repetitive heavy black brush strokes.

Fans addicted to #Diego Voci’s art wanted to possess at least one or more paintings of every #genre. This caused Diego to paint more #clowns that he otherwise would have – just to satisfy his buyers. However  . . .

. . . Diego made every effort to make each clown distinctly different, yet distinctly recognizable as a Diego work of art. Here are 8 examples of each artist:

#Clowns by Diego Voci and Bernard Buffet

#Clowns by Diego Voci and Bernard Buffet

“#Send in the clowns” may have been a big hit in the 70’s, but so were Diego’s clowns.  Check out more of Diego’s clowns:                     https://www.pinterest.com/diegovoci/clowns-gallery/

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