There may be a couple of things happening:
Angels have a natural hierarchy and this may just be one showing the other "who's boss". If there is chasing but no damage, I'd not be too concerned.
Second: Since they sound like they could be of breeding size, this could a sign that the aggressor has chosen a mate and is trying to keep any potential rival from butting in. You would need to watch to see if there is a certain fish that this aggressor stays close to or "protects". If you see this, you would be wise to separate the pair as breeding pairs will wreck havoc on other Angels in THEIR tank. That or they need to be separated to prevent pairing.
Depending on the why for the aggression determines the proper course of action. If this is a breeding situation, line of sight will not really solve our problem. Rearranging the decor will not help the situation long term.
If this is a hierarchy situation, they need to work it out. HOWEVER, it is up to you to decide how much bullying your fish can handle. I recently had a situation with a couple of medium Angels that had been together for about a month. They were in the same tank when I bought them (probably are siblings), they adjusted to my tank no problem. They ate the same foods no problem. I added a new food (FD Tubifex) and after the first feeding, one fish beat the crap out of the second. Torn fins, missing scales, shredded tail. I have no idea why. Luckily I had the tank separated to house 2 male Bettas so I just separated the pair. The victim took about 2 days to regain it's usual feeding regime and now is once again an aggressive feeder. You may be faced with the same thing.
If you are interested, there is a running thread in the breeding forum titled "Wigglers at last!!!" It's all about Angelfish with contributions from current breeders, new breeders and a former commercial Angel breeder (me
) It might help answer some of your questions regarding Angelfish.
Hope this helps