FRANCISCO ZUNIGA - "MUJER SENTADA" BLACK AND SEPIA CONTÉ ON PAPER 1971 - HFSID 350364
Sale Price $8,075.00
Beautifully framed work by the artist titled Mujer Sentada, 1971
Black and sepia Conté on paper. 25-5/8 x 19-3/4 inches visible. Signed and dated lower right: “Zuniga, 1971”. Mat burning along the extreme sheet edges; pinholes in all 4 corners; mat and light staining, backboard staining. 1 inch split in matting fabric at bottom-right. Overall frame size 29 x 35. Not framed by the Gallery of History.
Costa Rican-born artist Zúñiga (1912-1998) was primarily a painter up until 1936, when he moved to Mexico and became an important figure in Mexico's political moderne style, with his life-sized stone and bronze sculptures of indigenous women with big proportions and tightly wrapped shawls. His art reflects a great respect for the cultures and people of Central America and is in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museo de Arte Moderno in Mexico City and the Hirshborn Museum in Washington, D. C., among others.
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