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If you think John Craxton's best works are his Samuel Palmer-inspired pastorals of the 1940s, think again as the Fitzwilliam reveals the full and joyous influence of Greece on one of our most distinctive painters.
Colchester gallery first in Western Europe to look back at conceptual artist's entire career. We select works which promise to be highlights.
Lots happening in Liverpool and London this month as we present you with seven more opportunities to see art in the face of Christmas shopping.
A single-engine plane which set a speed record on a one-man flight to Capetown in 1939 will fly again after being acquired by the Shuttleworth collection.
An intervention by author and ceramicist Edmund de Waal kicks off the Fitzwilliam Museum's winter programme, followed in December by the first retrospective of John Craxton, one of the great British......
Archaeologists investigating three sites near the famous Cambridgeshire Flag Fens have found evidence of early life in Britain. Here are some pictures from the digs.
Curators are appealing to the public in a bid to raise £70,000 for an incredible archaeological hoard of treasures found by metal detectorists in the Saffron Walden area.
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution has created a touring exhibition to raise awareness and appreciation of those who volunteered for them during World War I.
A £1.5m grant from the National Heritage Memorial Fund will preserve Europe's only surviving unaltered First World War aerodrome and the story of its heroic pilots, 37 Squadron, Royal Flying Corp.
Complementing the British Museum's major exhibition on erotic prints from ancient Japan, the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge will focus on art from the Edo period.
Specialist conservators will spend weeks taking apart the skeleton of a giant whale, originally washed up on a Sussex beach in 1865, as the Museum of Zoology closes.
The National Trust's decision to lead tours of the Big Brother house met controversy. But with the two-day event already sold out, the debate may have been worth it.
Ahead of the new series of Strictly Come Dancing, a set of "stunning" dresses from the last competition have gone on public display in Bedfordshire.
Are you a night owl? Find out more about echolocation, heat detection, electricity, bioluminescence and other amazing ways in which animals have evolved to survive.
Using objects from the Museum of East Anglian Life's collections, artist Les Bicknell examines the role and purpose of folds in fabric and paper.