A major exhibition of the work of Sidney Sime- Artist and Philosopher is running at the Lightbox, Woking ( 25 mins from Waterloo) until 28th May. It shows the work of this forgotten Victorian virtuoso covering; theatre illustrations, fantasy works, landscapes, portraits and fairy-tales.The Gallery has been supported by several local The Arts Society groups, including Guildford and Woking. In addition, a number of the artists works have been conserved and restored through funding via Patricia Fay grants and they form part of the exhibition. Two of the conservators recently spoke at the...
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