What should Marschall paint next?


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This would be historically inaccurate, but how about the Olympic and a Spitfire squadron flying overhead?

OR any classic ocean liner with a period plane flying above the ship or vice vera, seen from a pilot's perspective (like the famous WW1 Olympic Poster)?
Or maybe with a Zeppelin overhead. Wouldn't have to be the Hindenburg which was a year after Olympic retired but one of the other airships.
 
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Why a German one?

If we are going to have this, lets have a proper British airship.... I suggest either R-33 or -34.

Cheers,

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Tim Gerard

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I think maybe the Titanic sinking but depicting the port list, perhaps from a point of view similar to the cover of "Lost Liners".

Also, I know it didn't actually happen, but I'd love to see a painting of the Titanic entering New York harbor on its maiden voyage and passing the Statue of Liberty.
 
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Alex Clark

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There is a pair of paintings of the Titanic entering New York harbour by Ken Marschall. The stern view was painted in the 1970s and is in the Coleman book The Liners.
 

Tim Gerard

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Thanks Alex. I stand corrected, I just haven't seen that painting then and don't have that particular book.
 

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