WINTER SALE! THE GIFT IN GIVING ART

 

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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.
Sale ends December 31, 2018
HURRY THIS SALE ENDS DECEMBER 31
Choose from the selection of Acquire Originals.
https://www.diegovociproject.com/acquire-originals
OR
Choose from a selection of Acquire Graphics for a selection of Lithographs here:
https://www.diegovociproject.com/acquire-graphics-shopping

On the Checkout Page there is an area (lower left side) to enter a promo code
For Acquire Originals enter Diego 50 and the checkout price will automatically be adjusted to reflect your discount.
For Acquire Graphics enter Diego 501 to the Promo Code and the check out price will be adjusted to reflect your discount

After you’ve verified the information click Checkout to choose your payment method.

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THE BIG GIFT TO DIEGO VOCI’S MOTHER

In 1955 the Matriarch of the Voci family was treated to her long awaited religious wish to visit Saint Peters Basilica in Rome.

whole Voci famMessina Arcangela (b. 1880), was granted her wish by 2 of her 3 sons. On her left is her middle son Giuseppe age 42, a musician in the Rome Orchestra; to the right of Messina is her youngest son, our internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci age 35, dressed smartly (most likely in clothes of his own making trained at tailoring school in Reggio); To the right of Diego, Maria Teresa Voci, she is the mother to Mario age 13, standing in front of her. To the far right is Tonino age 16, older brother to Mario. Tonino was later killed in an auto accident 2002. Diego was his idol.

Mario, now in his seventies who supplied this family photo said of his “nanna”(Grandmother), “The coolest lady I’ve ever known. Cooler than a refrigerated cucumber“.

Vincenzo, Diego’s oldest brother, at the time of this photo, was the missing brother, a professional designer at Pincus Manufacturing in Philadelphia, his home since he was 15 years old.

Messina’s husband Giuseppe Antonio had passed away. He wanted Diego and his brothers to be tailors and sent them all to tailoring school in Reggio (birthplace of Versace). His advice to Diego who said he wanted to be an artist, Toto [Diego], the God of Art does not give bread“.

Courtesy of the Diego Voci Project www.diegovociproject.com

 AC DV History #197 2/27/2015