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Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Black, White and Yellow by Wilhelmina Barbs-Graham which will be part of the sale

Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Black, White and Yellow by Wilhelmina Barbs-Graham which will be part of the sale

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Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Black, White and Yellow by Wilhelmina Barbs-Graham which will be part of the sale

Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Black, White and Yellow by Wilhelmina Barbs-Graham which will be part of the sale

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Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Black, White and Yellow by Wilhelmina Barbs-Graham which will be part of the sale

Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Black, White and Yellow by Wilhelmina Barbs-Graham which will be part of the sale

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Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Royan Harbour by Samuel Peploe which will be part of the sale

Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Royan Harbour by Samuel Peploe which will be part of the sale

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Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Royan Harbour by Samuel Peploe which will be part of the sale

Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Royan Harbour by Samuel Peploe which will be part of the sale

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Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Royan Harbour by Samuel Peploe which will be part of the sale

Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Royan Harbour by Samuel Peploe which will be part of the sale

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Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Royan Harbour by Samuel Peploe which will be part of the sale

Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Royan Harbour by Samuel Peploe which will be part of the sale

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Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Royan Harbour by Samuel Peploe which will be part of the sale

Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Royan Harbour by Samuel Peploe which will be part of the sale

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Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Black and White by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham which will be part of the sale

Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Black and White by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham which will be part of the sale

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Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Black and White by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham which will be part of the sale

Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Black and White by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham which will be part of the sale

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Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Black and White by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham which will be part of the sale

Royan Harbour, a newly discovered painting by the Scottish colourist painter Samuel Peploe, leads the items in Bonhams next Scottish Art Sale. Royan Harbour, which is estimated at £70,000-100,000, was first owned by Mme Marie Marguerite Soulie, who was married to the English novelist and playwright Arnold Bennett from 1917-1921. Its whereabouts have been unknown to scholars until now. Pictured: Black and White by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham which will be part of the sale