Two “precious” pieces of art are travelling from their Perthshire home to be showcased in Poland.
Hung in Scone Palace, the paintings are by 18th century Polish-Italian artist Marcello Bacciarelli.
The work will be taken to Warsaw for a special exhibition, marking 200 years since the death of Mr Bacciarelli.
Titled, ‘Marcello Bacciarelli His Most Beautiful Portraits,’ it will see the artworks leave the palace from June 7 to September 6.
They depict the second Earl of Mansfield David Murray and his first wife, Henrietta Frederica.
A third painting is also leaving Scone to return to its original home in The Royal Academy in London.
Early work by 19th century Fife artist, Sir David Wilkie, will take part in ‘The Great Spectacle’ exhibition.
It marks 250 years of The Royal Academy.
Sir Wilkie’s work ‘The Village Politicians’ depicts several men having a serious discussion around a wooden table.
Lady Mansfield of Scone Palace is said to be delighted to show off their paintings to other museums.
She said: “We are delighted to be able to share some of our most precious art at these special exhibitions in London and Warsaw.
“Many people travel to see our paintings at Scone Palace every year, but it is very special to be able to reach new audiences in other countries.
“We hope everyone enjoys seeing the pieces over the summer months.”
Despite both artists being from different backgrounds, their paintings relate in many ways.
Bacciarelli’s work on the second Earl of Mansfield, is closely linked to Sir Wilkie’s art.
After the Fife man moved to London in 1805, he met the Earl’s second wife.
His work was then taken to the academy in 1806, after being bought and exhibited by the third Earl of Mansfield.
The Royal Academy exhibition will be held on June 12 to August 19.