The Diego Voci Project sends prayers and blessings to those affected by #9/11. In times like these we gather back to our roots and are brought back to our core.
Diego Voci; “The Little Church” #741-086 oil on canvas 40x30cm Private Collection
This “Little Church” is a reminder of our roots and Diego Voci always put family, friends and loved ones in the forefront of each of his living days. Diego’s love for life was insatiable and captured the essence of those days in all of our works.
Tower of Voices at the Flight 93 National Memorial in Shanksville, PA
Helga Voci, widow of internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985) claims I bought this painting “Masques”. It must be so. I’m not claiming the 5th Amendment, but, I swear I don’t recall and I don’t know where it is. Maybe some viewer can remember where they saw this painting last. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.diegovociproject.com
Diego Voci Historian (since 1974)
Google has selected some of Diego’s paintings to show in their image gallery. Click “Diego Voci” then click images (see example below). This guy was a great artist. Thanks, Google!
These faded Polaroid images are from Helga Voci, widow of internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985). The owners left to right, Major Green, Mr. and Mrs. Kellett and Lilliane Dussard. Where are these paintings now and their owners?
It is well known in art history that Amadeo #Modigliani in his lifetime (1884-1920) had only one gallery solo exhibition, which was shut down by the police the first day. According to one source, #Modigliani painted 354 oil paintings before he early death.He died poor.The last sale of a #Modigliani this month (May 2018) sold for $157 million.
#VanGogh painted, by one estimate, 900 oil paintings and never had a gallery solo exhibition and sold only one painting in his self-chosen-short-lifetime (1853-1890).He died poor. The last #VanGogh sold for $81 million at Christie’s in November 2017.In 1990, a #VanGogh went for $130 million.
Internationally collected artist Antonio #Diego Voci was born the year #Modigliani died (1920-1985), #Diego Voci had several one-man exhibitions, painted about 4,000 oil paintings in his lifetime and sold most of them to collectors from all over the world.“The Diego Voci Project” has been searching since 2009 to find them and catalog them for historical purposes.Link: https://www.diegovociproject.com/
Here is the newspaper write-up in Germany about #Diego’s final exhibition.He died of lung cancer 43 days later on August 10, 1985.
Since late 2009, the Diego Voci Project has been in a worldwide search for the best of Diego Voci oil paintings. We just found this “VOCI” masterpiece in Lithuania for $3,500 complete door to door.
Diego Voci; Pferde auf Weide; 61x108cm oil on canvas, signed “Voci”
This is only the 4th “VOCI” discovered so far from the era of Diego’s connection to the Schlossgalerie (who served a wealthy horse owner clientele) in Zurich advertised as “Antonio Voci”, 1962-1965. It is the first that DVP could acquire for the day a generous benefactor is willing to finance a major Diego Museum Exhibition.
In his early career internationally collected artist Antonio Innocenzo Voci (1920-1985) signed his works some form of VOCI (VOH-chee). He was known his nickname by “Diego”. About 1966 he began using the “Diego” signature through 1985.
Here are the 3 other examples of “VOCI” paintings:
Diego Voci; “Heuernte” #1061-590 oil on canvas 30x40cm
What happened to Brice Emery? 42 years ago he purchased this little Diego Voci jewel in Germany. Help the Diego Voci Project find the remaining lost oil paintings. There are a couple thousand more to be found out of a total 4,000. This original collectors remaining on the earth are fewer by the day. But Diego artworks remain.
Diego Voci; “Italienische Strassenszene” 60×50 cm #1241-182
Diego Voci; “La Promenade” 80×70 cm #151-188
Diego Voci; “Les Clochards” 50x40cm #251-213
This trio of works on canvas by internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985) is lost out there in the world somewhere. And there are a couple thousand more, help us locate them. The original Diego owners have either passed away, or are dying, divorced or downsizing.
Each have frames made by Helga Voci, Diego’s love and confidant. She found these faded Polaroid images in a shoe box.
“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”. But who saw beauty in bridges, poor people, farmers and workers? Internationally collected #artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985)! Here are just 3 examples of Diego’s rendering of bridges:
#Diego Voci “Venice” 50 x 60 cm. #1061-568 Sold by #GONDOLA 1977
#Diego Voci “Herbstlandschaft” 60 x 80 cm 1091-996Gifted to “Italiani” in Pirmasens
#Diego Voci “Die Kleine Brücke” 40 x 30 cm 471-667 Purchased by May 1977
As well said about Diego “Each movement had its great masters, but there are very few who could create art unconfined by a single style like Diego.” – C. Voci (*)
Worldly acclaimed Edgar Degas (1834-1917) and Internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985) both equine illustrators exemplar. Examples of Diego’s compilation of horses is the first set and Degas is the second set of image.
The purpose of including 2 images (positioned in the center in the first set) by Diego is to find them today so we can bring their provenance up to date. If you see them, contact us at email@example.com.
All we know to date is the top center one was posted on Artifact Collectors by Nadja, we believe in Germany. And the bottom center image was purchased originally by Col. Harrington back in 1975.