Watch this wonderful video from the creative genius Stephen Max of The Diego Voci Project Team. These moments will fill you with joy.
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The credible and notable internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (VOH-chee 1920-1985), read here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Diego_Voci
Giorgio Morandi’s Calmness 1951 “Still Life” SOLD for $1.6 Million in the Face of Uncertainty
Was Diego inspired here by Morandi? Maybe? What do you think?
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Compliments of The Diego Voci Project team; finding hidden gems like the one above adds to our history. Antonio Diego Voci (VOH-chee 1920-1985) captures history with his Madonna and Child paintings.
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Latest information the Diego Voci Project has is Ltc. Kinniburgh purchased this painting back in 1974 in Stuttgart.
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Diego Voci (1920-1985) (VOH-chee) https://youtu.be/_WUYmz0Jkc0 From Antonio Diego Voci Wikipedia; it states; “After his one-man show in Lugano in 1953, Diego travelled continuously stopping to show in Milano, Rome and Genoa.”
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“For Leonardo, a painter’s most ambitious goal was to convey a composition with convincing emotion,” said exhibition curator Carmen Bambach. “Few paintings in the history of Western art can elicit such a powerful psychological reaction.” – #ARTNEWS: https://news.artnet.com/exhibitions/leonardo-st-jerome-metropolitan-museum-1594957
Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985) VOH-chee inspired by Leonardo da Vinci to capture powerful emotions in his works of art; see below as an example.