After a year of legal wrangling with the estate of Dr. Jack Kevorkian, the Armenian Library and Museum of America in Watertown has managed to keep four of the 17 paintings it had received from the late pathologist and assisted-suicide advocate. Under a settlement announced in October, the Kevorkian estate got the remaining works, and is expected to offer them for sale at art galleries. The museum plans to display its paintings at some point; at least one of them, “1915 Genocide 1945,” will be shown in April in conjunction with its commemoration of the Armenian genocide.
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