#DIEGO VOCI: #TRIO OF 70’S #PAINTINGS

Scene Africaine Stillife with Chianti Bottle Retour du Travail

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?

Contact us on the Diego Voci Project Website: https://www.diegovociproject.com/ 
View this Video “Artist of Thousand Faces” https://youtu.be/dECP7O3ftUo  

 

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#LOST PAINTING! HELP US FIND “NUDO”!

 

Nudo #551-271 Dr Bauban 60x80cm 1975

Diego Voci’ “Nudo” #551-271 60x80cm purchased in 1975 by Dr. Bauban

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.

 

WHO OWNS THIS #NUDE PAINTING?

 

Nude #561-490 Gondola Restaurant

Diego Voci; “Nude” #561-490 60x80cm sold in 1977 Gondola Restaurant

This image is an old faded polaroid of a Diego Voci work of art titled “Nude“.  Any information on the whereabouts of this painting, please contact diegovociproject@gmail.com.

 

To view more of works by Diego Voci, Google “Diego Voci“, click “Images“.

 

 

THE GREAT SEARCH IS ON! LOST DIEGO VOCI #PAINTINGS

Italienische Strassenszeme #1241-182 Col. Frances Gannon 50x60cm

Diego Voci; “Italienische Strassenszene” 60×50 cm #1241-182

La Promenade #151-188 Mrs. Chamsi Brown 70x80cm

Diego Voci; “La Promenade”        80×70 cm #151-188

Les Clochards #251-213 front index cards - Copy

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.

Contact the Diego Voci Project: diegovociproject@gmail.com or visit www.diegovociproject.com

 

 

 

Where is this Painting “Fiori”?

Fiori #361-475 oval Willett

Diego Voci: “Fiori” oval oil on canvas #361-475

This is an old faded polaroid image of the original painting “Fiori” by Diego Voci.  This painting was purchased by Major Willett at the Terrance Club, #Frankfurt am Main 1976.

Any information or whereabouts of this painting or the owner please contact us at the diegovociproject@gmail.com

See other examples of Still Life #Flowers by Diego Voci:  https://www.pinterest.com/diegovoci/still-life-diegovocitm/

Take a Virtual Museum Tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GG5Jl-2FuXM&t=200s 

Where is “Playing Children” now?

Playing Children #1151-395 50x60cm

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, an artist of a thousand faces!

Contact us at www.diegovociproject.com with any information on this painting.

La Curtisane (The Courtisan) by Diego Voci

La Curtisane #851-298 front index card - Copy

Diego Voci; “La Curtisane” #851-298 oil on canvas 60x80cm

This faded polaroid image of this Diego Voci painting owned by Susan and Michael Day, purchased in Helga & Diego’s home studio in 1975.

To learn more about Helga & Diego;    https://www.diegovociproject.com/helga-and-diego

HALO DEUTSCHLAND. CALLING HELGA STRAUSS.

Frau Strauss was the original owner of this wonderful impressionistic landscape by internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985).  Will the present owner please contact the Diego Voci Project http://www.diegovociproject.com

Die Wanderer am Wegrand 50 x 60cm #11802-113

Diego Voci “Die Wanderer am Wegrand”; 50x60cm, #11802-113

“Die Wanderer am Wegrand”; 50x60cm, #11802-113 purchased by Helga Strauss November 21, 1980 at La Gondola Restaurant in Ramstein, Germany.   Last known address for Helga Strauss is Theodor – Heuss – Allee 153, 6630 Saarlouis – Steinrausch.

Please note the yellow string was to hold the painting when this Polaroid image was taken.

To learn more about Diego and Restaurants, visit “Dining with Diego Series” :

Part I: https://diegovociproject.wordpress.com/2015/06/12/dining-with-diego-in-germany/

Part II: https://diegovociproject.wordpress.com/2015/06/18/dining-with-diego-part-2/

Part III: https://diegovociproject.wordpress.com/2015/06/22/dining-with-diego-part-3-five-year-mystery-continues/

Part IV: https://diegovociproject.wordpress.com/2015/12/01/dining-with-diegovoci-part-4-lagondola-restaurant/

 

“YOU ALREADY POSTED THIS DIEGO!”

Close, but no cigar.  The link you are referring to is https://diegovociproject.wordpress.com/2017/06/06/where-is-this-little-gem-now .  The haystacks there, are in the middle of the landscape and here the haystacks are on the right.

As with many master painters, Diego Voci would return to variations of favorite subjects.  (Claude Monet did hundreds of haystacks) This beautiful rendered Diego piece was purchased in Pirmasens, Germany by Signore Barcchetti on 31 March 1980 for $680.

Dorf auf Menorca 3802-052 faded polaroid index card

Diego Voci; “Dorf auf Menorca” 60 x 80 cm. Helga Voci, widow of Diego, made the frame. (faded polaroid image of this painting)

See 2 Diego Sketches of Menorca, Link: https://diegovociproject.wordpress.com/2017/08/09/memories-of-menorca-1976-on-diegos-birthday/

37 YEARS AGO A DIEGO VOCI #SOLD $950

Die Bauerinnen 50 x 70cm Frances Ann Jacobini

On August 8, 1980, Frances Ann Jacobini purchased this attractive Diego Voci (VOH-chee) painting direct from the home / studio of Helga and Diego.  This image is from a 37 year old Polaroid Helga found.  The card indicates Francis paid $950.  It is title “Die Baüerinnen”.  Coop Cooprider, the Diego Voci Historian since 1973 said “If these are farm girls, they come from classier farms than any I have seen.  It looks like are dressed for a Vogue photoshoot.”

The Diego Voci Project would much appreciate an update on the whereabouts of this Diego work and its owner.  Frances Ann Jacobini.  Anyone? diegovociproject@gmail.com.