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Painter and Writer Russell Chatham.

Artist and writer Russell Chatham. Chatham's paintings and lithographs of the West have been shown in many of the major galleries and museums west of the Mississippi. His works tend to shy away from grand scenes of the Rockies, in favor of more quiet views of fields, forests, and water. His writings often deal with the outdoors, fishing, and hunting. (Interview by Sedge Thomson)


Other segments from the episode on January 16, 1990

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, January 16, 1990: Interview with Diana Russell; Commentary on Ruth Brown; Interview with Russell Chatham; Review of Lia Matera and P. D. James's novels "The Good Fight"…


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