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. Read an article by Huon Mallalieu of Country Life on the subject here.

New Exhibition

Make Do & Mend

Our latest show confirmed our reputation for bringing important wartime pictures to market. 'Make Do & Mend' was the first-ever selling exhibition of master etcher Paul Drury's outstanding war art.

The catalogue was acquired in its entirety by the Science Museum, a great honour and a fitting tribute to Paul Drury's contribution to the war effort. 

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Video: Andrew Sim interviews Dr Jonathan Black, war art historian about John Spencer-Churchill's 'Dunkirk'.

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