Renderings of First Class Dining Saloon With Diners


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Of course I've seen the one genuine photograph of the FC Dining Saloon from 11*4*12. And I've seen the WSL's Olympic/Titanic brochures in vivid colour.

But does anybody know if any there are any renderings extant of the saloon with actual passengers present and dining?
 

James Smith

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Father Francis Browne, a Catholic priest, snapped a photograph of the room at lunch on 10 April (?). It can be seen in several books; the only source that comes to mind at present is on the CD-ROM "James Cameron's Titanic Explorer."

Jim
 
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The source in Titanic: "An Illustrated History" is purportedly snapped on 11 April.

In any case, anymore leads on the FC Dining Saloon? I understand Brian Peterson is quite the aspiring 'renderer'; one wonders if he's taking the Sabbath seriously!!!!
 
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Jonathan,

This one is from a White Star Line brochure. Ken Marschall used this same pic in the large cutaway book. It shows Olympic's passengers in the mid-1920's in the 1st class Dining Saloon.

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Regards,

Daniel.
 
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Brian R Peterson

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Hi Jonathan,

Thanks for the compliment, and to answer your question I have made a color version of the Olympic / Titanic First Class Dining Saloon, however I have not undertaken the challenge of adding diners as of yet, however I do have a rendering of the Britannic's Restaurant Reception Room in use, it also appears in the Artwork section on hospitalshipbritannic.com
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Best Regards,

Brian
 

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