"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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