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The couple found a primitive dual portrait in an alley near their home. “I liked the painting’s colors, especially the blue,” Kramer says. “The portrait on the left reminds me of a cross between <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB004221" title="Spike Lee" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/spike-lee-PECLB004221.topic">Spike Lee</a> and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003135" title="Groucho Marx" href="/topic/entertainment/groucho-marx-PECLB003135.topic">Groucho Marx</a>  &mdash; it’s very comical.”
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( Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times )

The couple found a primitive dual portrait in an alley near their home. “I liked the painting’s colors, especially the blue,” Kramer says. “The portrait on the left reminds me of a cross between Spike Lee and Groucho Marx — it’s very comical.”

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