A painting by Scottish Colourist Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell, entitled Reflections and described as a work of refined elegance, is expected to fetch up to £500,000 when it goes on sale at Sotheby's in London next Thursday.
Scottish, culture and heritage organisations have received a £91,000 investment of National Lottery funding for digital technologies in a third round of funding from AmbITion Scotland's Make:IT:Happen fund.
When I meet Carol Bove, she is crouched over a small sea of peacock feathers which are being reassembled on the wooden floorboards of a large airy room at The Common Guild, the townhouse-turned-gallery owned by Douglas Gordon.
It is, in theory, a great idea: the opportunity to see some of the most iconic paintings the world has ever known, without the hassle of hustling for a ticket or travelling hundreds of miles to far-off cities.
Last Sunday, before my pre-opening visit to the RSA New Contemporaries exhibition in Edinburgh, I spent an hour in the adjacent Scottish National Gallery road-testing a new app just launched by the National Galleries of Scotland (NGS) called ArtHunter.