Bringing the world of Titanic and her sisters back to life as never before through the captivating original artwork of talented artists
Immerse yourself in another era in this stunning new book from J. Kent Layton, Tad Fitch and Bill Wormstedt. Telling the story of Titanic and her sisters, this unique book uses paintings and visual recreations of a broad selection of up-and-coming artists, as well as featuring photos, art, and 3D graphics, to accompany its compelling narrative. From the cold, starry night when Titanic collided with her iceberg, to the tragic fates of sister ship Britannic, and the impressive serenity of the long-lived Olympic, this visually stunning book captures all the glory and drama of the Olympic-class age. Also revealing visual recreations of the wreck sites of Titanic and Britannic, and introducing the talented artists behind all the imagery, this is the perfect gift for maritime enthusiasts.
About the Author
J. KENT LAYTON has written/co-written many articles and books, including The Unseen Mauretania and The Unseen Aquitania; website: http://www.atlanticliners.com. He lives in Layton, New York, where his family business restores pianos.
TAD FITCH has worked in psychology and school administration. He has co-authored five books including Report into the Loss of SS Titanic and Into the Danger Zone, his books twice nominated for the Mountbatten Award. He lives in Middleburg Heights, Ohio
BILL WORMSTEDT has written/co-written many articles and books, including The Lifeboat Launching Sequence Re-Examined, Report Into the Loss of SS Titanic, and Titanic: Solving the Mysteries. A retired computer programmer, he lives in Greenville, South Carolina.