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Kevorkian’s genocide painting to remain in Watertown museum, fits mission

It’s a question frequently asked by visitors to the intimate Watertown museum: Do you have the Kevorkian paintings?

The Armenian Library and Museum of America has a rich collection of illuminated manuscripts and a catalog of portrait photographs of some of the 20th century’s leading figures, but the grisly paintings by Dr. Death himself, assisted-suicide advocate Dr. Jack Kevorkian, continue to be a draw.

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