Diego Voci; “Playing Children” 50x60cm, oil on canvas
This is an old faded polaroid of Diego Voci’s “Playing Children“. Last information the Diego Voci Project Team has of the whereabouts is that Major Thomas Loken purchased this painting in 1976 at Ramstein AFB in Germany. Where is this painting?
Diego Voci; Composition XXI, oil on canvas; 50x60cm
This is a faded old polaroid of this painting by Diego Voci titled “Composition XXI” purchased by Mr. Keener back in 1977.
Does Mr. Keener still own this painting? Based on the information provided by Helga Voci, widow of Diego Voci (1920-1985), this painting was purchased at an auction back in 1977.
Diego had a way with creating stories within his abstract paintings. What would happen if you untangle and unravel this work of art?
The all volunteer project team assists the Diego Voci Estate archiving all of Diego Voci’s works of art. Any whereabouts on “Composition XXI” please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.diegovociproject.com
Diego Voci; “Scena di Maroco” oil on canvas; 50x60cm
Back in 1976, at Patrick Henry Village in Heidelberg, Germany, Anna Kibildis purchased this Diego Voci painting titled “Scena di Maroco“.
Who owns this painting now? Where is this painting?
Our all volunteer team is cataloging all of Antonio Diego Voci’s works of art with the official Diego Voci Estate Archive. Any information on the whereabouts or owners of this painting, please contact us at email@example.com
Diego Voci: La Dame en Rouge; #361-468; oil on canvas, Mezzo – Ovale
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.
Who owns this painting now? Any information on the whereabouts of this exceptional Diego Voci painting, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Diego Voci “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 owned by his widow Helga Voci.
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Contact the Diego Voci Project Team for any information on the painting or Captain Lambert at email@example.com.
Diego VociAHAH! Kami Cooprider here! I came in this afternoon and saw this great post. It looked familiar. Voila! Carole Hackenbeck and her hubby Claude own it. Here is what she wrote to us late last year: “Hi, my husband is number 8 of a 10 children family. Number 7, his brother Michel was a major in the Canadian air-force and was stationed in Germany for a few years and he bought this painting! Unfortunately he died of a massive heart attack in September 1988 at the age of 39!! Our third son was born on September 30th 1988 which is the date of Diego Voci’s passing [Actual date of Death is August 10, 1985]!! His parents cherished this painting and when both were diseased the 9 siblings had a drawing to share the objects that everyone wanted and my husband won the painting which we love and reminds us of his closest brother!!!” and here is the Index card with Helga Voci handwritten info on Major Michel Lambert, Claude’s brother. Our Diego Voci Project Team will continue posting more of the the ‘lost’ paintings! Greetings from the DVP, Coop, Stephen Max and Lisa Camargo
Diego Voci; 60 x 50 cm oil on canvas (polaroid image of painting)
The internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985) is known as “The Artist of a Thousand Faces”. Diego claimed he painted them all from memory. The exception was his time doing caricatures, when he would complete 20 in two to three hours. Helga, Diego’s widow, remembers “People would stand in line waiting their turn. They loved him. When we met in Paris and we needed money Diego would go away with a pad of 20 sheets of paper, and come back with money.”
We know this masterful painting was purchased in Diego’s studio for $450 on 4th April 1981. Please tell us if you have any clue of the owner of this painting or any information on this painting?
Top: Diego (old faded Polaroid image) ; Bottom: Cezanne
“Diego never copied” said the widow, Helga of her internationally collected artist husband Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985). Others who knew Diego confirmed he did everything from either memory or pure creativity. The experienced eye can spot Cezanne’s influence but, the work remains distinctly Diego. (Check out the #pears).
Helga found this faded (the rich color is gone) Polaroid indicating Joseph Di Giacinto paid only $380 in Stuttgart, #Germany in 1975. “Hey Joseph!” Contact us at diegovociproject.com.