Leslie worth has established a reputation as the finest watercolourist in the United Kingdom. Born in 1923, Leslie attended The Royal College of Art and spent many years teaching. He retired in 1979 to paint full time and sadly died in July 2009.
The inspiration for his painting cames from the soul. Through Leslie's use of paint the viewer cannot fail to be excited by his ability to interpret with feeling and sensitivity the subject that sat before him. A drama of colour and tone unfolds in front of you, that cannot fail to move you. His mastery of the medium established for him a following among the leading galleries in London and the provinces. His work hangs in many major collections including, H.M.The Queen, The Royal Academy, National Gallery of New Zealand, The Admiralty and Eton College.