John Craxton Exhibition Begins in Cambridge
Date Posted: 24/12/13
The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge recently opened its new John Craxton exhibition, featuring more than 60 works by the painter, who lived between 1922 and 2009.
The show began on December 3rd at the museum, which can be found in Cambridge city centre, near many of the city's famous historical colleges.
According to organisers, the exhibition is the first to look at Craxton's entire life.
Free to get into, it's in the Mellon Gallery at the Fitzwilliam and will be in place until April 21st next year, giving people plenty of time to go and see it as part of short breaks in Cambirdge if they wish.
The city is known for its history, and there's plenty to see there on that front, from admiring the old college buildings to admiring buildings like the Fitzwilliam itself.
It's also home to everything you'd expect a city to have, including fantastic shops, cafes and restaurants.
Posted by Victoria Stathers
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