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Jack Lembeck

Public Collections


"Spots and Dots"

(1971-73) mixed media on canvas (108"x 84")

collection

Dollar Savings Bank

"Spots and Dots" was purchased by the Dollar Savings Bank through Razor Gallery in 1973. It was the first Lembeck work ever purchased for a public collection. The title is a reference to the "nickname" given to the Josef Albers color course that was taught at Yale. The large sunflower in the painting was a typical subject of his daughter Crista. Dollar Savings Bank was subsiquently bought by another bank and the painting was included. The current location of the painting is unknown.


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