Help DVP locate this #stolen #art and the #reward is $20,000!
Browsing through old #35mm slides from Helga Voci collection, we discovered and restored 35 MM slides of Diego’s™ works.
No information about this image, nor time frame and nor the painting pictured in Diego’s #studio.
Any information or details about this painting including its current owner and location please email us at email@example.com. We would like to add to the #DVP #Archive.
These “PEEPLE” saw the TWEETS #TWITTER and are joining the search worldwide for lost works of art by internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985).
Visit: Diego Voci Project
Contact Diegovociproject@gmail.com for any information on the whereabouts of this work of art by Diego Voci title “Nudo“. This is an old faded polaroid image of this painting.
Since 2009, when the Diego Voci Project began with a find on the internet at ARTIFACTCOLLECTORS.com thanks to Mary Trimmins and a handful of Diego aficionados, the DVP has archived more than 1,000 artworks by Antonio DIEGO Voci (1920-1985) (VOH-chee). The DVP, our all volunteer group, purpose is to increase the awareness and the value of the great body of artwork created by DIEGO! We locate, collect and catalog Diego’s works as the only officially authorized DIEGO VOCI ARCHIVE by Helga Voci, Diego’s widow and sole owner of the DIEGO VOCI ESTATE.
Shown above is one of the many faded #photographs taken with the old fashioned camera that used film! The DVP has been featuring many of them, thanks to Helga who located and sent us a box of Index Cards she started keeping in the mid 1970’s. Coop Cooprider, Diego Voci Historian since 1973, had suggested ‘somehow tracking to whom the DIEGOs were sold‘. Since 2009, the DVP has been searching the world for more “LOST DIEGO ARTWORKS”. Some of Helga’s cards have images, but the majority do not.
HELP THE DIEGO VOCI PROJECT FIND MORE OF THE #MASTER DIEGOs ART!
Helga used both polaroids and film to catalog DIEGO’s works. Shown below is the same DIEGO “Gasthaus” scene once it had been framed. Note how the FLASH however obliterates the female figure to the right. When taking images of your Diego art, note that the DVP is best suited to archive DIEGO’s artworks with reproducible (min. 300 dpi) straight-on squared images taken without a flash. Sometimes daylight is great too if not too bright! Front and back of artworks are preferred. Include any provenance you have!
If you recognize any of the DIEGO #artworks in our posts on SOCIAL MEDIA, email us:
Il Riposo Delle Muse by Diego Voci; #83823 oil on canvas 100x80cm sold to Ltc. Blazes on August 23, 1973 at Diego Voci’s Studio in Wiesbaden. This is a faded polaroid image of the original painting.
Any information, please contact the all volunteer project team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Helga #Voci, widow to Diego Voci, has a shoebox with old photos of paintings done by Diego but many do not have names of owners on them… so the whereabouts are unknown.
This is one of the images of a Diego #cubistic painting that came from Helga’s shoebox… size and title are unknown:
Notice the rider appears to be strumming a base fiddle that forms into the rider’s left leg as he straddles his flying horse. And if you look at the eye of the bull, he’s thinking “What the heck is going on here?” This story-filled #painting leaves you with many interpretations. Most important is to find its owner and its trail of history.
HELP FIND THIS LOST DIEGO PAINTING!
Visit http://www.diegovociproject.com/ for contact information.
#Google “Diego Voci” or “Antonio Diego Voci” for more!
You can also see more masterpieces by DIEGO VOCI online in the 1st Book “The Beauty of Diego” at: http://www.blurb.com/books/5419805-the-beauty-of-diego
AC P of W #261 3/18/2015