Carole Aaron parent’s originally purchased “Deportation” by internationally collected art Antonio Diego Voci on a Sunday in Patrick Henry Village near Heidelberg, Germany in the early 1970’s. Carole recalls Diego as a charismatic, passionate and very proud of his work. Carole’s parents felt this work was so dramatic. It hung in her parents den for over 40 years before it was consigned. Purchased by a new owner. Now the opportunity to have this profound work of art is available on EBAY for sale.
This is a faded polaroid image of the original painting.
Maj. Martel purchased “Composition” by Diego Voci in 1976 at Patrick Henry Village at Heidelberg, Germany. Who owns this painting now? Any whereabouts of this painting, please contact email@example.com.
Diego Voci; an Artist of a Thousand Faces. Our all-volunteer group (The Diego Voci Project Team) purpose is to increase the awareness and value of the great body of artwork created by internationally collected artist DIEGO VOCI (VOH-chee); and to archive his works with the Diego Voci Estate.
This old image of “Blumenstrauss” by Diego Voci. See more flowers on our Still Life Board on #Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/diegovoci/still-life-diegovocitm/
Mrs. Galloway purchased “Blumenstrauss” in 1976 at Patrick Henry Village in #Heidelberg. Where is this painting now?
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Be inspired by the variety of still life paintings by Diego; click here https://www.pinterest.com/diegovoci/still-life-diegovocitm/
Diego Voci “Artist of a Thousand Faces”. Our all volunteer group (The Diego Voci Project Team) purpose is to increase the awareness and value of the great body of artwork created by internationally collected artist DIEGO VOCI (VOH-chee); and to archive his works with the Diego Voci Estate owned by his widow Helga Voci.
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