Kitchen Sink, artists and art

(movement, 1954 - early 1960's)

The Kitchen Sink School, a term coined in 1954, referred to a group of British painters popular in mid-'50s who focused their work deliberately on the unglamorous -- everyday objects and scenes often on industrial and working-class themes, or at least drab and unheroic scenes of post-war austerity: commonplace subject matter of daily life like cluttered kitchens, backyards, tenements.

Artists Kitchen Sink:

Kitchen Sink