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The Wallace Tower, Aberdeen

© the artist's estate. Photo credit: Blairs Museum

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'The Wallace Tower, Aberdeen', or Benholm's Lodge as it is more correctly known, commemorates the location of the building as it was before 1964 in the Nether Kirkgate. It was moved to make way for Marks and Spencer's new store and they paid the full cost to relocate it to Seton Park in Tillydrone where it remains today.

Blairs Museum





oil on canvas


H 74 x W 100 cm

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Acquisition method

on loan from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Aberdeen

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Inscription description

"Fleming"; To Ken and Mit Ferguson; with warm affection from; Caht and Ian Fleming/The Wallace Tower/Oil: 39.5 x 29.5 by/ Ian Fleming RSA,RWA,RWH/ LL: AAS (Aberdeen Artists Society)


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