Who Owns Jeune Fille A La Fenettre?

Jeune Fille A La Fenettre

This is a Polaroid image of an original oil painting titled “Jeune Fille A La Fenettre”  50x60cm by internationally collected artist Diego Voci (1920-85).

This painting was purchased by LTC. Tinsley in September 1, 1974.

Any information or whereabouts of this painting, please contact diegovociproject@gmail.com or visit Antonio Diego Voci Wikipedia website.

 

 

Who Own this #Painting?

The Farmers 30x40 cm

The Farmers by internationally collected artist Diego Voci (1920-85).

This painting was originally purchased by Dr. Braun in Wiesbaden, Germany from Galerie Dahms March 27, 1975.

Any information on the whereabouts of this painting contact diegovociproject@gmail.com.

 

HALF CENTURY OLD #LOBSTER PAINTING

Stilllife with Lobster

Diego Voci “Lobster” oil on canvas 70 / 80 cm 

This painting was valued at $550 over 50 years ago (a half century).  “Lobster” by internationally collected artist Diego Voci was given to the owners of Pizzeria FIRENZE in Kaiserslautern, Germany.

The Diego Voci Project has retrieved the original photograph of this painting.

Today, at FIRENZE, you can still view the many DIEGO artworks on the walls of the restaurant.  Search for Pizzeria FIRENZE and Diego Voci on Facebook!

Read more about the internationally collected artist Diego Voci on Artifact Collectors:

http://www.artifactcollectors.com/diego-voci-painting-of-the-week-5154118/Page10.html#97229

 

 

WHO OWNS THIS #BULLFIGHT TODAY?

Bullfight 1241-174 George Beasley

This Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985) painting titled “Bullfight” from December 1974 was purchased by George Beasley and the Diego Voci Project team (all volunteer group) is searching for this painting or the whereabouts of.    

Please contact the Diego Voci Project Team at diegovociproject@gmail.com or www.diegovociproject.com

 

 

Not Diego Rivera as first posted!

Diego Watercolor Live Auctioneers $5K starting bid

First offered at $5,000 on www.LiveAuctioneers.com

That offer was later withdrawn and offered by Live Auctioneers as an oil painting by internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-85). Identical image, same frame, same corner protectors.

Google Diego Voci, click images for Google’s selections.Google Diego Voci Images

THE #POTATO #CHIP #PHENOMENON… ANOTHER #DIEGO #ART #HOARDER…

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After a seven year search, The Diego Voci Project recently received an email from a Diego Voci art collector that owns 9 originals.  Here are a few words Stan Wilcox shares about his experience with collecting Diego Voci works of art:

“Dear Coop, the repetitive hoarding phenomenon pattern we hear about is mysterious, but no surprise given the fact that his (Diego Voci) work speaks to the soul and you couldn’t settle for just one! My wife and I were fortunate to have met the #master (Diego Voci) with an invite to his home in #Wiesbaden Taunusstein for #wine, #cheese, #piano music and a pen and ink sketch created for us by Diego unfolding before our very eyes that I now have displayed in my sitting room that is a scene that I believe is poking fun at #Dali.”

Here is one of paintings from the Wilcox collection of Diego’s.  This piece title “Femme fille en train de faine ses devoirs” is an oil of a young girl at her desk doing her homework. On the back of the canvas is numbered #11802-111.

We thank Stan Wilcox for sharing his story and one of his Diego Voci paintings with us with the rest of the Diego Voci collectors.  One by one we are locating all of Diego’s works of art to archive with the Diego Voci Estate.  Enter Diego Voci on Google, click images on bar at top to see the Google gallery of Diego Voci works.

Thank you and many blessings for a Happy Thanksgiving from the Diego Voci Project!

I Will Make You A Picture… #Diego said

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Still Life Cubic, 1981 – 90 X 60 CM

Still Life Cubic is a mixed media still life of great texture and depth. The work was created at 2964 Dorman Avenue in Broomall, Pennsylvania, the childhood family home of Chris Voci.

My parents were seated with my Great Uncle drinking coffee and Diego said to my Father: You know, there is no food for us here, not even a bowl of fruit. So, I will make you a picture.

With that declarative statement, Diego asked to be taken to an art store to get supplies. He obtained some thick artist paper and a few paints at a local hobby shop and commandeered the dining room table as his makeshift studio. As children, the Dining Room was essentially off limits. It was a place for adults and in the many wonderful family dinners and parties that my parents continually hosted, the children were generally relegated to the kids table not the river barge-sized gleaming slab of mahogany that was now transformed into the Diego workbench.

He worked quickly that day. Diego had pastels and crayons, my crayons, and water colors. It was hard to believe that this great Master was equally inclined to work with my crayons as he was to pull an expensive European pastel from a dove-tailed wooden box. And so he worked. He did not mind me watching at all. He talked a little as he drew the lines in crayon and washed in the spaces with his pastels held flat. He asked if I liked grapes and he painted grapes. Then he painted quietly. He also filled in some of the fruits with watercolours. The whole piece was done in a little over an hour.

The finished product was amazing. The blues and yellow dominate this colourful and bright piece. Diego gets great light on his bowl of fruit. The darkest part of the work is in the center with a progressively brightening halo expanding to the left side of the frame. His lines are soft but delineate the foreground subject from the cubist space from which it protrudes. It is kind of a reverse Vermeer effect.

My favourite part of this one is the referential fruit in the lower right. A pear a banana, maybe. Diego knew what our home needed that day. This bowl of fruit never stops feeding us.
                                                                                …..Christopher Voci

A Nice Painting by Diego… will sell within 4 Hours!

 

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Although the Diego Voci Project has no connection to this ebay offerring, we just spotted it and as this is posted it has 4 hours go go.  It is an authentic Diego work of art from the 1970’s.

Buy it here on Ebay! http://www.ebay.com/itm/Antonio-Diego-Voci-Original-Oil-Painting-Woman-Traumerei-/232089766951?hash=item3609a0cc27:g:xnYAAOSwmLlX4X6j

 

#CUBISM SERIES BY DIEGO VOCI

When artists #GeorgeBraque, #Picasso, and #JuanGris created #cubistic #paintings it was often difficult even to the trained eye to identify which artist did the work. When Antonio #DIEGO Voci ventured into his cubistic mode he strived to be distinctively DIEGO.

Here are examples:

C5 Le Concert de Harliquin 1972 #660  23 34 x 32

Le Concert de Harlequins” 1970, 32″ x 23 ¾” , oil on canvas, signed “DIEGO” Private Collection

Spanish Table 27 25 x 19 34 Drawing Final

Spanish Table“, 27 2/5″ x 19 ¾”, mixed on paper, Signed “DIEGO” Private Collection

1st Email of Black and White Cubism Improved Image without Glass from CATSUP Heinz Bertram 26 May 2014

Ink on Paper“, 1985, Signed “DIEGO

Ink on Paper” is an important example historically because it was one of the very last works before DIEGO transitioned 3 days later. DIEGO drew this especially for what became his last exhibition, an open house at his residence the first week of December 1985. DIEGO remained upstairs in bed, too ill to personally attend.

Cubism - Christiane Hauk Genre Version

Cubism“, Signed “DIEGO” top Left hand corner, Private Collection (DIEGO was very generous giving away his art to people he was close to, for example this gift of a cubistic painting to Helga Voci’s sister.)

C71 NUDE cubism 1971 31 .5  x 23.75

Nude Cubism“, 1971, 31 ¾” x 23 ½”, oil on canvas, Signed “DIEGO” Private Collection

Diego Voci on Google and YouTube.  Check out http://www.diegovociproject.com

AC DV History #57 10/15/2011

#LOST #DIEGO #VOCI #PAINTINGS

WHO ARE THE OWNERS TO THESE DIEGO VOCI PAINTINGS (BELOW)?

E - Still Life with Bottles & Fruit 671 60 x 70

Still Life with Bottles & Fruit 671 60 x 70cm

F - Composition avec Madoline 625 60 x 80

Composition avec Mandoline 625 60 x 80cm

G - Homme a la Mandoline 803 80 x 60

Homme a la Mandoline 803 80 x 60 cm

There are at least 3,200 more paintings by internationally collected artist Antonio DIEGOVoci (VOH-CHEE) out there in this world.

They might be on a collector’s wall, in a gallery, or in a thrift shop. Here are 2 images of 7 paintings known to be re-sold 30 years ago. No other details known.

See two more: http://www.artifactcollectors.com/diego-voci-painting-of-the-week-5154118/Page6.html#161
Another two: http://www.artifactcollectors.com/diego-voci-antonio-diego-voci-3984818/Page13.html#364

Signatures may be Voci, A. Voci, D. Voci, and most after 1965 “DIEGO”. See samples of signatures http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Diego_Voci#Gallery

CONTACT THE ALL VOLUNTEER TEAM WITH THE DIEGO VOCI PROJECT!

diegovociproject@gmail.com

Diego Voci on Google and YouTube!

AC DV History #156 2/14/2013