Peter Graham


Scottish painter Peter Graham (1836 - 1921) studied under the Scott Scott Lauder at the Trustees Academy in Edinburgh and first worked on figurines. From 1859, after an inspiring holiday at Deeside, he began to concentrate on the landscape painting. Graham chose to paint on a scale that emphasizes the awe-inspiring splendor of the landscape. His landscapes were also influenced by Horatio McCulloch's paintings and Sir Walter Scott's poem.

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