Oct 19, 2023 - Sale 2649

Sale 2649 - Lot 152A

Price Realized: $ 1,690
?Final Price Realized includes Buyer’s Premium added to Hammer Price
Estimate: $ 2,000 - $ 3,000
C. IAN WHITE (1965 - )
Untitled (A Pawn in Their Game).

Acrylic on cotton canvas, 1993. 457x607 mm; 18x24 inches. Signed and dated in pencil on the lower stretcher bar, verso.

Provenance: the estate of Naomi Caryl Hirshhorn, Los Angeles, CA. Naomi Caryl (1931 - 2022) was a singer, actress, artist and a longtime collector and patron of the arts in Los Angeles. She was the daughter of Joseph H. Hirshhorn, the financier, philanthropist, and collector of modern art whose gift to the nation of nearly 6,000 works of art established his namesake museum on the National Mall. She also was a longtime friend of Joan Wheeler Ankrum, the founder of the Ankrum Gallery in Los Angeles, whose gallery exhibited many African American artists.