Diego Voci Project needs your help! $20,000 REWARD!
$20,000 REWARD yes $20,000 REWARD for this stolen masterwork by internationally collected artist Antonio DIEGO VOCI (VOH-chee) 1920-1985!
From the voice of Marsha Piper, one of the daughters to the Brown Family; “My dad, Dr. Ogden (Ted) Brown and mom, Alyce (both deceased), at one point in the seventies had the largest collection of DIEGO Voci artworks. This photo below with DIEGO was taken with them in front of our Colorado Springs home in 1973. DIEGO was our guest as we sponsored a stellar one-man exhibition for him at the Broadmoor Resort. While as guest, DIEGO designed and sewed a fully lined brocade dress for me and my sister Lynda. DIEGO was constantly drawing, and he cooked for our family, selecting and purchasing every little ingredient. A memorable experience.”
The Brown family has dispersed the entire Diego Voci collection with their entire family; staying true to the legacy of Diego Voci.
“In the late 60’s we had met the Browns in #Heidelberg. They bought a very big collection of marvelous #DiegoVoci™ paintings and we became friends with them. The Brown family at one point in the seventies had the largest collection of DiegoVoci™ artworks.”
The left photo with #DiegoVoci™ was taken with the Browns in front of their #Colorado Springs home in 1973, on the right, is Diego relaxing at his exhibition.
“In 1973, Dr. Ogden (Ted) and Alyce Brown had Diego and I as their guest, sponsoring a stellar one-man exhibition for him at the beautiful #Broadmoor Resort, #Boulder, Colorado. Marsha Largent (daughter of Ted & Alyce Brown) became Diego’s U.S. Representative and was the source of the pricelist for #DiegoVoci™ artworks” (see below).
The Provenance is the source of credibility to the life of a painting. The White Horse by Diego Voci began with Diego himself and then was placed into the hands of Naffouj Gallery in Germany, Diego’s representation at the time during the 1960’s (often identified by the wood wedges which Diego used during the Naffouj time period). The White Horse traveled back to Diego’s hands in the 1970’s (as it was placed in a frame that Diego’s wife, Helga Voci, made for the piece). The painting in 1973 was in an exhibition in Colorado Springs, Colorado at the famous Broadmoor Resort sponsored and hosted by Dr. Ogden Brown Family. After the exhibition, The White Horse traveled back to Diego’s hands in Germany then flew to Edmonton, Canada in 1981. Stephen Max acquired the painting as Diego’s representor for Canadian collectors in his Gold Crest gallery. The White Horse was purchased by art collectors Giselle and George Dean of Edmonton, AB, Canada.. where it has been ever since..
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