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Belatedly, Dot says tanks, Corita

Kent's creation now embraced, and analyzed

When it first appeared on a Boston Gas tank off the expressway in Dorchester, Corita Kent's artwork raised some hackles. Thirty-six years later, the city has warmed to her art. When it first appeared on a Boston Gas tank off the expressway in Dorchester, Corita Kent's artwork raised some hackles. Thirty-six years later, the city has warmed to her art. (The Boston Globe/file)
By Michael Corcoran
Globe Correspondent / October 21, 2007

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It has been more than 36 years since Corita Kent painted the Boston Gas tank on Commercial Point, but the intrigue over the colorful work of art has not waned. (Full article: 657 words)

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