Group of four Scottish artists, who were among the first to introduce the intense colour of the French fauve movement into Britain in the 1920s

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The artists were Francis Cadell, Leslie Hunter, Samuel Peploe and J.D. Fergusson – who was the leading figure.

Fergusson visited Paris regularly from the 1890s on and then lived there from 1907–14. The experience of that close contact with the avant-garde art scene in Paris stayed with him all his life.