Scottish painter the oldest of the scottish colourists he lived almost all his life in edinburgh but he often visited france studied briefly at the academie julian and made his home in paris 1910 13 during this time in paris he moved from an impressionist style to one influenced by . Samuel john peploe pronounced pep low 27 january 1871 11 october 1935 was a scottish post impressionist painter noted for his still life works and for being one of the group of four painters that became known as the scottish colourists the other colourists were john duncan fergusson francis cadell and leslie hunter. Born in 1871 he is the senior of the four artists now known as the scottish colourists sj peploe had his first exhibition at the scottish gallery in 1903 and a life long association with us until his untimely death in 1935. Peploe was born at 39 manor place edinburgh on 27 january 1871 the son of robert luff peploe secretary of the commercial bank edinburgh and his second wife anne watson after the death of his father peploes guardians tried to persuade him to pursue a career in the army the idea did not appeal and so he instead entered a law firm
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