The broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough has been in Cambridge to launch a new art exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum.
Sir David was close friends with the artist John Craxton who lived for a time just outside Cambridge.
Claxton's work is considered by experts to be some of the greatest of the 20th Century, but is not widely known to the public.
Sir David Attenborough was delighted to launch the exhibition and is an admirer of John Craxton's work.
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It's thought that the Fitzwilliam Museum was a favourite place of the artist John Craxton.
Tim Knox is the Director of the Cambridge museum, he says it's an important exhibition and they are delighted to have Sir David Attenborough there to launch it.