“I remember when he painted those portraits of me,” Richard Kirschman said this week in his Point Reyes Station home, about a pair of paintings that, despite the electric neon hues and blue-colored beard, look unmistakably like him. 

Mr. Kirschman was talking about his friend, the artist and fisherman Clayton Lewis, who died in 1995 . . .

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