The Catalogue Raisonne of sculptures by Francisco Zuniga (1912-1998). 1106 works described and illustrated. Sculptures (including plaster, bronze, terracotta, wood, marble, onyx, and stone) produced from 1923 to 1993. Completely bilingual in Spanish and English, with some texts from the artist himself.
Each work has at least one photograph, and a record card in Spanish and English including title(s), date, technique, edition, measurements, collection, provenance observations, exhibitions, and bibliographic references.
The book includes essays, some by the artist himself, a chronology, and bibliography.
Francisco Zuniga (1912-1998) was a Costa Rican-born Mexican artist, known both for his painting and his sculpture. Journalist Fernando González Gortázar lists Zúñiga as one of the 100 most notable Mexicans of the 20th century, while the Encyclopædia Britannica calls him "perhaps the best sculptor" of the Mexican political modern style.