BE CAPTIVATED BY DIEGO VOCI IN PARAMOUNT 118!

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#DIEGO VOCI: #TRIO OF 70’S #PAINTINGS

Scene Africaine Stillife with Chianti Bottle Retour du Travail

These faded Polaroid images are from Helga Voci, widow of internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985). The owners left to right, Major Green, Mr. and Mrs. Kellett and Lilliane Dussard. Where are these paintings now and their owners?

Contact us on the Diego Voci Project Website: https://www.diegovociproject.com/ 
View this Video “Artist of Thousand Faces” https://youtu.be/dECP7O3ftUo  

 

SAME GIRL? LOOKS LIKE IT!

Ragazza Con Cappello and Girl with Black Hat

Ragazza Con Cappello (left)  and Girl with Black Hat (right) both by Diego Voci

Both Diego paintings bought in Stuttgart in the month of May 1975.  We know who owns the silver framed version “Girl with Black Hat” (50x60cm oil on canvas), Mary Trimmins.  Mary started the first website for internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci in 2008, here is the link: http://www.artifactcollectors.com/diego-voci-antonio-diego-voci-3984818.html

But where is the girl in the gold frame? “Ragazza Con Cappello” (50x60cm oil on canvas), purchased by EDWARD DZANIS May 31, 1975.

Diego is known as “The Artist of a Thousand Faces”.  In this case it looks like 2 versions of the same beautiful lady.

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SOLD $500 “FISHER PEOPLE” BY DIEGO VOCI

Helga Voci, widow of internationally collected artist Diego Voci said:

“Diego played cards with the Fishermen”

Diego specialized in portraying the common people.  Diego with Helga at his side would seek out places to purposely live among them.

Fisher People final

Fisher People, #1591-9, 41” x 30” oil on canvas

This painting is one of the very first when the signature “Diego” was applied to his canvas.  How do we know?

  1. Joy Gibson was a Canadian art dealer based in Zweibrucken, Germany. Her stamp is on the back of the canvas.
  2. Joy was the one who influenced the artist to start signing “Diego” the nickname he was known by (formerly he signed some form of Voci as on the painting given to JFK in 1963 in Wiesbaden).
  3. This was before Joy married Dr. Jawdat Naffouj and added his last name to hers. Naffouj Gallery remains to this day in Landstuhl, Germany.

Stay alert.  A Diego Voci painting may appear anywhere.  This one was donated to Goodwill and just auctioned at $500.

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AC P of W #274 5/27/2015