The original painting of has sold at auction for £121,250 . It was part of a collection of Scottish artwork including sought-after pieces by Peploe, Hunter which sold for a credit-crunch busting Â£3 million at auction yesterday.
The 150 lots in the Scottish Picture Sale went under the hammer at Sothebyâ€™s in London.
The highest price paid at the sale was for the rare chance to own George Leslie Hunterâ€™s Still Life with Tulips and Oranges which sold for Â£433,250.
Work by past masters such as Sir Henry Raeburn and Joseph Farquarson sold steadily for around the Â£20,000 mark, but, Arum Lillies, a painting by Samuel Peploe sold to an anonymous buyer for an astonishing Â£409,000.
And Peploeâ€™s 1920â€™s painting Still Life With Roses, which is considered to be the most important work of his to go under the hammer, also fetched Â£265,250 to a US buyer.
The Edinburgh-born impressionist is best known for his meticulous style of painting, and was obsessed with creating the perfect still life.
Seven paintings by the Fife-born artist Jack Vettriano also sold for an amazing Â£358,000. Many of the paintings had never been seen in public before, adding to the excitement of the occasion.
The paintings were originally due to be auctioned at a Scottish location but the sale was moved to London to cope with the anticipated demand from abroad.
Many of the lots come from the stunning collection of art collector Anthony Rampton who loved Scotland and spent a lot of time on the island of Arran.
Vettrianoâ€™s Dance Me To The End Of Love attracted the most interest of his work selling for Â£121,250.
The painting is among a handful of Vettrianoâ€™s best-known images depicting two ball-room dancers dancing the night away on a misty beach.
Harbour by Andrew Macara – limited edition print