Ken Marschall

Ken Marschall (born October 28, 1950)[1] is an American painter and illustrator notable for his paintings of famous ocean liners, such as the RMS Titanic, RMS Lusitania, and the HMHS Britannic, and other transportation vessels including the Bismarck, LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin and LZ 129 Hindenburg. His paintings have been used in many books about the Titanic, most notably his depictions of the sinking, of which no photographs that could be used were taken.[2]

Marschall has served as consultant to many works about the Titanic,[2] including James Cameron‘s Ghosts of the Abyss, as well as Cameron’s film of the same name, the two-part A&E television specials Death of a Dream and The Legend Lives On, and the upcoming video game Titanic: Honor and Glory.

Books in order of publication:

The Discovery of the Titanic1987
Exploring the Titanic: How the Greatest Ship Ever Lost—Was Found1988
Titanic: an Illustrated History1992
Finding the Titanic1993
Robert Ballard’s Guadalcanal1993
Exploring the Lusitania: Probing the Mysteries of the Sinking That Changed History1995
On Board the Titanic (I Was There)1996
Inside the Titanic: A Giant Cutaway Book1997
Lost Liners1997
Ghost Liners1997
Hindenburg: An Illustrated History1997
882 1/2 Amazing Answers to Your Questions About the Titanic1998
Ken Marschall’s Art of the Titanic1998
Ken Marschall’s Titanic1998
Inside the Hindenburg2000
Lost Subs2002
Ghosts of the Abyss: A Journey Into the Heart of the Titanic2003
The Lost Ships of Robert Ballard: An Unforgettable Underwater Tour by the World’s Leading Deep-Sea Explorer2005
RMS Lusitania: The Ship Her Record2005
RMS Titanic: A Modelmaker’s Manual2005
Titanic in Photographs2011
Exploring Titanic: The Expeditions of James Cameron2012
On Board the Titanic2012
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