Compliments of Diego Voci Project:
Diego Voci; Venice 40x30cm ca. 1975
Diego Voci; Spanish Seascape 50x40cm ca. 1975
Diego Voci; Le Petit Port 60x50cm ca. 1974
At the Diego Voci Project, our research unveiling Diego Voci footsteps around the world led him unconfined in one space or in one town. Diego traveled around to take in life, click to experience more;
Images above are faded polaroids of the original paintings. Provided to us by Helga Voci, owner of the Diego Voci Estate
Content in excerpt is from page 3 of 8 of the 1974 Diego Catalog by Coop Cooprider, #DiegoVoci™Historian And the interview continues by journalist Victoria Williams in #Germany:
“Although dates and facts mean little to DIEGO, a man who lives…
… for each day, the introduction in #Paris in January 1960 to Helga Drössler was a significant turning point in DIEGO’s life.
“My life took on a new meaning. I became more.”
Helga is DIEGO’s wife.
During DIEGO’s extensive travels he was always #painting, always #learning …
“to fill a need … to express.”
DiegoVoci™ “Man with Horse” ; This third page also included this fluid DIEGO illustration
There was an #EXHIBITION in #CAPRI followed by a one-man show at the GALLERIA LA BUSSOLA in #TORINO. DIEGO won 2nd prize in the #VENICE EXPOSITION of 1951. He assisted the artist BROSSI in painting the FRESCO for a village church near #ROME. DIEGO also studied at the ÉCOLE DES BEAUX ARTS in #Paris.”
“I am with DIEGO 14 years and I am still amazed by the way he draws.”
Helga Voci, 1974.”
To be continued..
Courtesy of the DiegoVoci™ Estate: email@example.com
AC DV History #14 5/6/10
Chris V. had it right when he said, “Each movement had its great masters, but there are very few who could create art unconfined by a single style like Diego.”
The Diego Voci Project just received a cubistic portrayal of Venice from Diego collectors Morton Family after waiting 40 years to find them again. They’ve owned a large Diego Collection since that time.
The Diego Voci Project has seen many exceptional cubist interpretations by Diego and “Gondole” ranks at or near the top. We have asked the Morton’s for a better image reproducible for the Diego Archive, but, we couldn’t wait to share this masterful Diego art work with all of our members of the Addicted Diego Collectors Club. Also to tempt the “New Generation” of art collectors to seek out and own a Diego.
Many of the original Diego collectors who bought directly from Diego (1965 thru 1985) are dead, dying or downsizing and their paintings are coming on the market everywhere. People in the know are buying at very low prices from people who don’t know the significance of Diego’s great body of artwork.
Google “Diego Voci” to learn more.
AC P of W #246 12/24/2014