We the volunteers of Diego Voci Project are gaining momentum in our worldwide search for the lost works of internationally collected artist Antonio Diego #Voci (pronounced “VOH-chee” 1920-1985).
The Diego Voci #Project has published images of nearly 1,000 of about 4,000 #paintings scattered around the globe.
“Le petit téâtre ” (Oil on canvas 80 x 100 cm #381-817)
A great example is this newly discovered image of a Diego Voci #masterwork of actors awaiting to go on stage. It was purchased in 1978 by Mr. Denis #Provencher of #Canada. Denis bought the large oil painting titled “Le petit téâtre” at Diego’s studio for $1,490 Canadian Dollars. But, we have no clue as to where it is now. Please be of help!
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The world and all its’ people were players on DIEGO Voci’s stage.
What’s your interpretation of DIEGO’s “Mural” at the Voci Family Home?
DIEGO’s living spirit is contained in framed canvases and muraled on interior walls.
A large wall mural painted by #DIEGO still lives today at the original VOCI Family (pronounced VOH-chee) home, near Wiesbaden (Germany) where DIEGO’s widow, Helga Voci, lives today and where DIEGO lived and painted until his death on December 10, 1985.
The stories that live in DIEGO’s mind were expressed through his works of art. What stories do you recall of DIEGO? Please email your stories to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may not know when DIEGO saw you, but be sure in his mind, you were auditioning for some future performance DIEGO would direct with his magical brush on canvas.