Ken Marschall is the world's foremost painter of the Titanic. His interest in the liner dates from his teenage years, and since then he has depicted the Titanic in dozens of highly accurate paintings. His work has appeared on the cover of Time and National Geographic as well as in many books. Also a matte painter for Hollywood movies, Mr. Marschall was a historical consultant to James Cameron for the film Titanic.
I ordered this Sunday afternoon. It was at my door TUESDAY evening! Amazing
My son is going to Love this
This book is geared towards children 7 - 12 years old. It gives the story of the Titanic from the perspective of one the surviving children. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Christine Eastgaard
As always, Ken Marshall's depictions of the liner are as true to life as he can make them, making this book an invaluable reference in my model bulding and serves as an excellent... Read morePublished on June 5 2001
Really,Ken Marschall is a genius. I read this book,i see this book and the drawing is execellent. Recommend this book for all people.Published on Aug. 2 2000 by Dominguez Ruben Dario
When I got the book from the school library, I thought the book was very fantastic, even though I could tell some pictures had some added detail then all my other books did. Read morePublished on June 13 1999
INSIDE THE TITANIC HAD GREAT PICTURES,BUUUUT,IT SHOULD HAVE SHOWN MORE FIGHTING OVER THE BOATS AND PEOPLE THAT WERE FROZZEN.AND ALSO THAT IT HAD A MUMMY ON BOARD. Read morePublished on April 29 1999