A collection of ten Leonardo da Vinci drawings from the Royal Collection Trust's touring exhibition are to be displayed in Dundee.
The display, which marks The Queen's Diamond Jubilee, will be at the McManus from Friday until November 4.
The McManus, which is operated by Leisure & Culture Dundee, working in partnership with Dundee City Council, is the only Scottish destination to host the exhibition.
Lord Provost Bob Duncan, chair of Leisure & Culture Dundee, said: "This is a unique opportunity for people from Dundee and beyond to experience the genius of Leonardo at first hand through these drawings.
"It is a great honour for The McManus to be chosen to host the exhibition and reflects the high regard in which its refurbishment is held. I am sure that this exhibition will bring even more attention to Dundee and encourage many people here to visit us and enjoy our other attractions as well."
Jonathan Marsden, director of the Royal Collection, Royal Collection Trust, said: "It is so good to be able to bring these precious drawings to Dundee, which has such a strong tradition of excellence in the graphic arts, and which remains a centre of innovation in many fields.
"Within just ten drawings the exhibition presents almost the whole range of Leonardo's interests, from anatomy to botany, from hydraulics to military engineering."