Last known information was purchased in 1974 by Ralph Bruns in Frankfurt, Germany. Any information on the whereabouts of this painting or owner would be greatly appreciated. Please contact us at email@example.com
Last known owner was Mrs. Nugteren purchased in 1975 in Frankfurt, Germany.
Any whereabouts or information on this painting, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about Diego Voci; Artist of a Thousand Faces; https://youtu.be/zX4XExOXZLY and explore The Beauty of Diego: http://www.blurb.com/books/5419805-the-beauty-of-diego
Diego Voci Invites You to See Art Marking World History by Modigliani, Egon Schiele, Basquiat, plus the portraits of the 44 USA Presidents!
#Modigliani Seductive Nudes Once Censored by Police! More! The GREAT Egon #Schiele at MFA in Boston, including some of Schiele’s unique nudes. #Basquiat on view in Frankfurt . Next, Portraits of #Barack and #Michelle. And then the Amazing portraits of 44 USA Presidents at the Smithsonian.
Diego Voci nudes are more acceptable for family homes, some on view Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/diegovoci/nudes-diegovocitm/
Diego works of art chosen by Google for its gallery can be seen by searching “Diego Voci” then click “Images”.
“Bundle up! Mothers all around the world say to kids when they go out to play in the cold winter months and don’t forget your mittens”!
It’s been known that a hat on your head keeps your body warm!
The East Coast in the United States has been experiencing days and days of cold weather.
This image is an old polaroid of “Enfants en Hiver” was purchased back in 1975 by Major Eller in Frankfurt, Germany. Where is the owner of this painting now?
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This is an old faded polaroid image of the original painting “Fiori” by Diego Voci. This painting was purchased by Major Willett at the Terrance Club, #Frankfurt am Main 1976.
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See other examples of Still Life #Flowers by Diego Voci: https://www.pinterest.com/diegovoci/still-life-diegovocitm/
Take a Virtual Museum Tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GG5Jl-2FuXM&t=200s
This is a faded polaroid image of the original painting.
Maj. Gregory Tillitt, purchased this Diego painting “La Dame en Rouge” in April 1976 at the Terrace Club in Frankfurt, Germany.
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Diego Voci; an Artist of a Thousand Faces. Our all-volunteer group (The Diego Voci Project Team) purpose is to increase the awareness and value of the great body of artwork created by internationally collected artist DIEGO VOCI (VOH-chee); and to archive his works with the Diego Voci Estate.
John and Kathryn Marchi share their soulful story about how they met #Diego and acquired their two Diego works of art.
Kathryn Marchi reached out to the Diego Voci #Facebook page from a post yesterday title
“I LIKE DIEGO’S WORK BECAUSE…” . Stephen Max, Canadian Diego Voci Project Team member asked Diego Collectors in the most recent Christmas Diego Voci Newsletter, what they like about Diego’s work. And the responses are coming in. Please share yours!
“We are very excited about your Diego project!
Our Diego painting has been a centerpiece in our homes and admired by guests for over 40 years. We’ve loved telling the story about how we met Diego and our visit to his studio in the Taunus in 1976.
We were a military family, stationed in Frankfurt, Germany from 1975-1977. At that time, Diego was exhibiting and selling his paintings in the Frankfurt Officers’ Club. We met him there and admired his work.
In March, 1976, we received an invitation to attend an open house at Diego and Helga’s studio/home in Taunusstein-Neuhof near Wiesbaden, Germany. We were greeted at the door by Helga, dressed in black slacks and a sheer off-white blouse- a truly stunning woman. Upon arrival, each guest was given a number and were told that later on in the day, a drawing would be held for a special prize, not further identified. The home was small, cozy and decorated like one would expect from an artist…and quite charming. Paintings were displayed everywhere. Shortly after this, I noticed that Diego was sitting on a stool before an easel at the rear of his home, where I suspected he did all of his sketches and painting. I stood nearby and watched the sketch of a gypsy woman unfold. He created the picture, using one color and shades thereof. Once completed with his brush, he took a black magic marker and put in appropriate highlights. To my recollection, this beautiful sketch was created in less than 5 minutes. I was truly astounded. You can guess how we came by our sketch! Yes, our number was drawn and we were the thrilled recipients of the Gypsy Woman prize. Diego continued at the easel throughout the day and numbers were drawn periodically for the various sketches.
As we browsed throughout the studio, we were also told that Diego had begun to paint landscapes and there were many being displayed. However, my wife and I preferred what we considered Diego’s trademark; paintings of soulful female faces. “Venus in the Springtime” caught our eye and we purchased the painting that day. Unfortunately we have forgotten the price we paid; however, the enjoyment of this painting has been priceless.”
John D. Marchi
LTC (ret) US Army
The elegant Ristorante “Da Sandro’s” in the Karslruhe Area in Weingarten owned by Sandro is a one of the many restaurants that were close to DIEGO’s heart and stomach that to this day still display his artworks. Diego often went into regions of Germany to have exhibitions at #Italian Restaurants where guests would explore the cuisine as well as the art! #Da Sandro’s still displays this #DIEGO oil painting on the wall of one of the private rooms and believe it to be approx. 31 x 39 inches. His family and friends have more to share with us … look for us at www.diegovociproject.com
Take a look at the rest of Da Sandro’s! https://www.facebook.com/ristorante.sandro?fref=ts
When you land in the Frankfurt Airport, it’s a scenic and comfortable drive…
AC DV History #201 6/19/2015