Artists of the West
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Artists of the West profiles 19th century painters Thomas Moran, Frederic Remington, and Charles Russell, who depicted the Old West, highlighting its landscape and adventurous inhabitants. Moran began work as an engraver in Pennsylvania, but soon abandoned his post for the siren call of the West. Remington would spend his life roaming the West, illustrating his surroundings for Harper's Magazine. Russell found great inspiration in the activities of the Plains Indians. Joseph Campanella narrates. ~ Betsy Boyd, Rovi
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