Help DVP locate this #stolen #art and the #reward is $20,000!
$1 MILLION: Lee Krasner’s Peacock (1973) at Hollis Taggart Gallery
Price Check! Here’s What Sold—and for How Much—at the 2019 Armory Show in New York https://news.artnet.com/market/price-check-2019-armory-show-1484125?utm_content=from_&utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=US%2010%3A06%20a.m.%20newsletter%20for%203%2F11%2F19&utm_term=New%20US%20Newsletter%20List
$$ REWARD:Diego Voci (VOH-chee) asks does anyone know where to find these stolen paintings:
“This clown painted by the internationally collected artist Antonio “Diego” Voci, (1920-1985) was stolen in Otterbach, Germany in the early 1980’s from what was then my office.”
“The Clown” (medium size painting) was for me the icon representing the depth of Diego the man. Study this painting. Feel the pathos. You’ll begin to know the magnetism to which certain addicted collectors such as me succumb.”
“As the authorized Diego Voci Historian (volunteer) for the Diego Voci Estate, (solely owned by his widow, Helga Voci), we are looking forward to the day a generous benefactor sponsors a Major #Museum Diego Voci Exhibition.”
“See a 20 Year Diego Voci Retrospective Video curated by Stephen Max of Canada”: https://youtu.be/cnZXQuUbjlU
G. A. Coop Cooprider
Diego Voci Historian since 1973
The clown genre by internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-85) is among the world’s all-time best.
A wannabe jester himself, Diego loves to clown around, as you see in these two images followed by “The Clown” for which there is a $30,000 Reward offered.
Helga Voci who was beside Diego from 1960 to 1985 says “Diego liked to be entertaining and do funny things, stupid things”.
Maybe that’s why Diego was so fascinated with clowns, of which he painted many from memory.
There is a $30,000 REWARD OFFERED for one special clown stolen from Otterbach, Germany. Link to YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/T3ODYMxxBdc