The greatest living landscape painter in the country grew up hunting quail and ducks and rabbits. He's spent countless hours waist-deep in trout streams. He's caught tens of thousands of striped bass—one a world record. Perhaps that's why Russell Chatham is the master of painting the places where sportsmen love to be. Here is a collection of his work. All paintings courtesy of Russell Chatham.
Untitled 1953.Alfred Leslie (b1927) is an American artist and filmmaker. He first achieved success as an Abstract Expressionist painter, but changed course in the early 1960s and became a painter of realistic figurative paintings. http://www.alfredleslie.com/