"An Italian under the rule of the sun, DIEGO paints richly. He is drawn to bright colors – warm, bright, dramatic. His paintings radiate. Like DIEGO they dominate the space around him. They demand attention." Victoria Williams DIEGO has depicted “Boats” in such a way. sailing ocean
Colorful Boats were a favorite of Diego's early on. This Oil on Canvas owned by Susan H. was bought by her parents while in Germany from NOTE: the signature "D.VOCI" in RED was how he signed them before he was represented by Joy.
has archived more than works by Antonio DIEGO Voci. Here Diego captured a destination he loved: Teneriffa (Tenerife). The "Beach of San Marcos Tenerife" done in 1968 is oil on canvas, 24 x See ABOUT Diego on our Diego Voci Site here!
DiegoVoci™ Years back, Diego painted this oil "BOOTE" and sold it to Lee H's parents in Munich at an Officer's Club Exhibition. On the back it is marked purchased 2 July 1971. Currently Lee H. owns this bright and radiant depiction of "Boats"(23 1/4 x 31"). For more on DIEGOs love of the South of Europe and the Ocean see on of our first posts: http://www.artifactcollectors.com/diego-history-4330818.html#7
Diego Voci™ YES! It is a DIEGO! Helga Voci, widow, confirms she not only watched him paint it, she framed it. The only records are this photo with 40 x 50 cm on the back and a price of WHERE IS IT NOW?
Diego - "Boats" done in watercolor is owned by Barbara W. who purchased this and 2 others in Nurnberg in the during a show DIEGO held at the Officer's Wives Club. Matted and set under glass, there is a glare, but the colors are as vivid as Diego was.
April VOCI Painting of the WeekThis week's painting is from the DIEGO Collection of Leo Gerardo, a retired restauranter, living in Frankfurt, Germany who attended the informal reception hosted by Helga Voci Easter weekend in Taunusstein, at .
DiegoVoci™ "Seascape with Sun" (15 3/4 x 20") is the title #Diego gave this painting owned by Ted Brown (yes of the "BROWN" legacy who brought Diego to Colorado and hosted the Exhibition at the Broadmoor Hotel). For more see Marsha (Brown) Largent's story: http://www.artifactcollectors.com/diego-history-4330818/Page3.html#88
#DiegoVoci™ - "Riverscene" Oil on Burlap (60cmx80cm) owned by Stephen and Wendy Max depicts barges, rather than Diego's usual colorful boats. See YouTube Videos by Max:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GG5Jl-2FuXM&feature=share
DiegoVoci™ "Seascape" Drawing with Watercolor. We know that Diego, his wife Helga, and their daughter Alessandra loved being near the ocean. This find was made by T. Barry and his wife who lucked out with 2 additional Diegos. This one measures 27 1/2" x 19 3/4". Stay on the look-out!
DiegoVoci™ "RED BOAT" by Diego was purchased by Norm H. in Hohenecken, Germany. He recalled a restaurant there, but not the name. The walls were decorated with DIEGOs all around. The Cooprider family knew the owner of DINO's in Hohenecken. And yes, Dino had DIEGOs on the wall. Restaurants were a favorite for DIEGO! Helga Voci's Estate has 2 original "Boat" artworks for sale: http://www.diegovociproject.com/#!acquire-originals/c1d4p
#DiegoVoci™ An avid DIEGO Collector, Ernst Albrecht in Kaiserslautern Germany bought many of his DIEGOs from him when he visited the Italian restaurant #La Gondola in Landstuhl. After he passed away, his children inherited the DIEGO collection. Detlev Albrecht posted his collection on Artifact Collectors as "pixel2009": http://www.artifactcollectors.com/diego-voci-antonio-diego-voci-3984818/Page12.html#346
#DiegoVoci™ "Seaside" painted in 1963, this oil on Wood is another example of Diego painting his memories of the seaside, harbors, Note the signature. and the Mediterranean he loved so much to enjoy with his family and friends. (80 cm x70 cm) Priced at 800 Euro. Diego with Joy Gibson-Naffouj and the kids: http://www.artifactcollectors.com/diego-history-4330818/Page5.html#142