Audio slideshow: Darwin's Endless Forms

The scientific legacy of Charles Darwin is well documented, but the impact he had on the 19th Century art world is less well known.

As part of celebrations marking the 200th anniversary of his birth, the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge is hosting an exhibition which reveals art's debt to Darwin. Take a guided tour with the curators Diana Donald and Jane Munro.

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Music courtesy KPM Music. Slideshow by Paul Kerley.
Publication date 16 June 2009.


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