Luke Piper (born 1966) is an English landscape painter.
Luke Piper is the son of the painter Edward Piper. He is also the eldest grandson of another artist, John Piper. He grew up in Frome, Somerset. He studied at Frome College and then read geography at the University of Cambridge.
Piper's first major show of artworks was at the CCA Galleries, Dover Street, London, in 1992, also used by his father. Since that time he has exhibited regularly in London and at venues such as the Henley Festival, the River and Rowing Museum, Stonor and elsewhere around southern England.
He has travelled around the world to paint, including Nairobi via Western Sahara and Zaire in 1995, the Sahara dessert in 1999 and 2000, Nepal and the Himalayas in 1998 and 2000–01, and Australia, New Zealand and Fiji in 2002–03. His has also painted in France, Ireland and Spain as well as around the United Kingdom, including many paintings of the River Thames.