Specialist insurance for works of art

Fine art insurance can be added to an existing insurance policy, or bought separately as a standalone cover via your broker. We can protect fine art whether it is contemporary or classic, an individual item or a collection, as long as it is something which could be bought and sold at a reputable auction house. 

More than just an insurer

Our specialist fine art policy caters specifically for high value, rare and unique items, so you can be sure nothing is left to chance. Because of our expertise, we can offer more than just insurance. Just some of the items we can cover are; paintings, jewellery, regalia, ceramics, glass and metal ware, sculptures, furniture, textiles and tapestries, gold and silver items and antiques.

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Understanding the true value of art

Our fine art insurance team includes art historians and market professionals who understand the complexities of the art world and can work with your broker to ensure your art and collectibles are adequately protected. We are fully immersed in the sector and provide an art market review.

Showing our support for the art world

Getting to know and working with our brokers, clients and the wider art market is important to us.  We have working relationships with skilled restorers and craftsmen so that we can ensure that any restoration or repair work is completed sympathetically and professionally.

Helping to preserve fine art and antiques

Our highly-skilled survey team give our customers confidence by providing risk management tools and guidance to help with the safe keeping of valuable items.

Fine Art product features

Fine Art cover includes: 
  • New acquisitions 
  • Defective title 
  • Work in progress 
  • Temporary removal 
  • Reasonable costs for emergency evacuation
For our full summary of cover please view our Fine Art summary.


We can provide a specialist approach to your fine art insurance, depending on your individual needs. We can cover private collections or those managed in galleries, museums, historic houses, castles etc. For more information please contact us or your insurance broker.
No, this cover can be added to your cover if you have an existing policy or can be bought as a policy in its own right.  
You should obtain a Loan Agreement for any loaned art you wish to insure. Conditions may apply when art is on loan so you should make us, or your insurance broker, aware of the circumstances.