Sim Fine Art introduces fresh collections of intriguing, museum-quality British pictures as part of carefully curated exhibitions. Over the past ten years, our themed shows have become an established feature of the London art world.
We specialise in pictures with social history content and have established a track record for discovering important lost pictures of cultural significance, many of which have found their way into museums as well as major private collections.
Our annual war art show, 'Holding the Line'is now accepted as the leading event of its kind. Last year's catalogue was launched at the British Art Fair at the Saatchi Gallery . An article about our show by Huon Mallalieu in Country Life can be read here.
George Eliot Museum Loan
Our recently discovered portrait of George Eliot has been chosen as the cover image of the definitive 'Cambridge University Companion to George Eliot'. The portrait itself will be on show this summer at the Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery as part of a 200th anniversary exhibition called 'Becoming George - The Unexpected Life of George Eliot'. The exhibition runs from 10 May to 14 July at Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery, Riversley Park, Coton Road Nuneaton CV11 5TU.
Video: Andrew Sim interviews Dr Jonathan Black, war art historian about John Spencer-Churchill's 'Dunkirk'.Video below (click on it to watch)
Visit our Thomas Hennell tribute site here
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