Art by Darwin's granddaughter on show at Kettle's Yard

Gwen was brought up in Cambridge in the 1880s, the daughter of Sir George Howard Darwin and granddaughter of Charles Darwin.

Together with her French husband she was an active member of the famed Bloomsbury Group until their move to France.

As well as her skilful woodcuts, she received acclaim as the author of Period Piece: A Cambridge Childhood and was a key part of the 20th century wood engraving revival in Britain.

The exhibition runs at Kettle’s Yard until 23 November; opening times 11.30am-5pm, Tuesdays to Sundays.