Diego Voci; “Jeune Fille A La Fenetre” Oval #561-496 oil painting
Last information we have on this painting, is from 1976 when it was purchased at Ramstein AFB by Vincent Mazzarino. Who owns this painting now? Where is it located? Any information on this Diego Voci (Artist of a Thousand Faces) gem of an artwork.
Diego Voci; “Italienische Landschaft” #781-842 oil on canvas 50x40cm
Herr Dirk Reischauer of Wiesbaden, exactly 40 years ago paid 1,800 in German currency for this canvas by internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (VOH-chee); (1920-1985). He was attracted to Diego’s expression of simplicity, composition, color contrast and depth of distance. But, where is Dirk and his painting today? Contact us at email@example.com
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Diego Voci; Italian Poster was for Theater in #Italy (shared by Mario Voci, Diego’s Nephew)
It would be extremely rare to find a signed #caricature by internationally collected artist Antonio “Diego” Voci, even though, he did thousands. And if he did sign, it would be some form of Voci through 1965.
Caricatures were a source of Diego’s quick money in his early years. Diego was known to complete 20 drawings in one sitting of only a couple of hours. Helga Voci, (Diego’s widow) was his constant companion for 25 years (1960 until his death in 1985).
Helga notes Diego’s caricature experience in her biography “Sometime later I found out that DIEGO was doing caricatures in American Officers Clubs in #France, #Germany and later on also in #London and #Spain. He did wonderful caricatures, it took him only a few minutes to do each one and people were crazy about them, they stood in line waiting for their turn. He made a lot of money with this”https://www.artifactcollectors.com/diego-history-4330818/Page2.html#43754
Diego Voci; “Jeune Fille en Blanc” #641-030 oil on canvas 80x60cm
“Jeune Fille en Blanc” was purchased back in 1974 by Diego Voci Historian, Coop Cooprider in Diego’s studio when Coop was helping Diego become better known. Diego opened up his studio to visitors and many experienced first hand the “magnetism” of Diego, so captivated by his art and his persona that most walked out with a painting or two in hand. Coop was no exception.
Throughout the years, Coop and his family have traveled and moved between Europe and United States, and along the way this painting has gone missing.
This unique cubistic/surrealist art work takes on the divide between two different styles. Where is the line between the two?
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Internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985) creates an illusion of distance, making the viewer peer through an arch or window to see his faraway subject. Here are 2 examples (above) from 1976 and 1979.