At the Diego Voci Project, our research unveiling Diego Voci footsteps around the world led him unconfined in one space or in one town. Diego traveled around to take in life, click to read more; https://www.diegovociproject.com/helga-and-diego
If you’ve ever desired to expand your collection to feature another Diego™ in your home now is the time to take advantage of the few remaining offerings. These original artworks by Diego™ have been made available at an astonishing 50% off the current list prices. This offer is for a very limited time so you’re encouraged to act quickly to choose the painting or lithograph you’ve been wanting at remarkable savings.
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Strengthen the Legacy of Diego Voci – Your Photos & Stories about Diego are Needed!
As the internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985) #traveled the world he constantly took photos in his mind to replicate on canvas at some later date. This little gem #painting of a #landscape is an orphan without title year, or size…
Diego Voci; “Temperamento” oil on canvas #961-551 50x40cm
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As we continue the ongoing (volunteer) process of developing the history and legacy of internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci we discovered that this small canvas “Temperamento” 50x40cm was a gift to Michael Day.
This unique surrealistic treasure centered around a face that carries its own mystery. Diego Voci, Artist of Thousand Faces shows up in all different styles. Surrealism happens to be a style where Diego pushed the boundaries.
We’d like to know more about the occasion for this generous gift.
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?