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George Jamesone's House, Schoolhill

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George Jamesone's House in Schoolhill. This house was generally believed to be the residence as well as the property of George Jamesone, the painter, known as the Scottish Van Dyck. It became a lodging house in the 19th century. The building was demolished in 1886. The house stood opposite St. Nicholas Churchyard
Aberdeen City Centre
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