Leslie Duxbury A.R.C.A. (1921-2001) artist, teacher and writer, known for his 'Kitchen Sink School' paintings during the 1950s alongside artists including Jack Smith.
Kitchen Sink School is a description for those artists that painted scenes of everyday life during the 1950's in Britain.
Duxbury was at the The Royal College, Ambleside, during the war and Duxbury lived in the same house as Arthur Berry, Derek Greaves and sculptor George Fullard in London as described in Arthur Berry A Ragged Richness published in 2021.
Leslie Duxbury taught at the London Art Schools and exhibited in public and private gallery exhibitions with work in permanent public collections at the Haworth Art Gallery and the at the Arts Council, Southbank, London.