All Artists

Mark Antczak 

Alexander F. Bellinger 

Alain Benoit 
Mr. Benoit' model of the Bonhomme Richard resides in the crypt of John Paul Jones at the US Naval Academy.


Bernd Braatz 
Dioramas and Ships-in-bottles.

Kenneth Britten 
19th century British coastal vessels

Robert Bruckshaw 
Admiralty Style models

George R. Bullitt 
19th & 20th century small craft

Erford W. Burt 
Half Hulls

Justin Camarata 
19th & 20th century sailing vessels.

Scott Chambers 
19th & 20th century sailing vessel half-hulls.

Gilbert Charbonneau 
Fine Ships in Bottles

Horace Cobb 
19th & 20th century sailing vessels.

P.C. Coker III
Civil War

Michael Costagliola 
18th & 19th century American and British sailing vessels.

Pat Cummings 
19th & 20th century yachts, small craft and half-hulls.

Edward Decker 
Late 19th & early 20th century steam vessels.

Robert J. Dowst MD
18th & 19th century British & American admiralty style models

William H. Eisele 
19th & 20th century British and American sailing vessels

John Evans 
18th & 19th century extreme miniature sailing vessels

Juan Figuerola 

Richard S. Glanville 
His models of the Bonhomme Richard and Gunboat 156 are on display at the Washington Navy Yard.

Colin Gray MBE

Harold M. Hahn
Colonial and American Revolution vessels.

Martin R. Harrop 
18th & 19th century British & American vessels.

John R. Haynes 
He worked on the London Imperial War Museum ship collection as their ship restorer and has also constructed models for the Ministry of Defense.

Stephen W. Henninger 
His model of the Aircraft Carrier Enterprise is the only ship model at Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum,.

Christopher N. Hitchcock 
Apprentice to his father, William E. Hitchcock

W. Paul Hitchcock 
Eldest son of Wm. E. Hitchcock

William E. Hitchcock 
Phenomenal versitility, multi-talented as exemplified by his 17 models at the Ships of the Sea Museum in Savannah, Ga.

Wilford H. Hooper 
19th century merchant, yachting and half-models.

Alfred (Fred) Huffman 
20th century naval and modern yacht models.

Ron Hughes 
WWII "Identification-style" waterline steamship models.

Derek Hunnisett 
His models have been collected by the Royal Family of Britain, London Science Museum and the Mariners Museum.

Roy O. Jenkins 
Half-hulls of 19th & 20th century sailing vessel.

Everett Kent 
19th century British sailing vessels

L. Kirby 

Gary Krempian 
18th & 19th century sailing vessels.

Raymond Langdon 
He built models for the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum, the Kendall Whaling Museum and the Queen Mary Museum.

Joaquim Maristany
His work can be found in the Barcelona Maritime Museum and in numerous Spanish national historical societies and private organizations.

Gilbert McArdle MD

Lloyd McCaffery 
Extreme miniatures

Donald McNarry FRSA
Mr. McNarry’s extreme miniature models are found in major public institutions and private collections worldwide.

Henry Meyer 
19th century American & British sailing vessels

Robert H. Mouat 
19th & 20th century British and American Naval vessels

Fred C. Nagel 
19th & 20th century merchant vessels

William C. Nagle 
American and British vessels of the 18th and 19th centuries

Marcelo C. Ossó 
America's Cup and Custom Yacht Models

M. Clayton Osterling

Marsom B. Pratt 
19th & 20th century yacht and small craft half-models.

Winthrop Pratt Jr.

Jean Preckel 
Workboats of Chesapeake Bay

Philip S. Reed 
Extreme miniatures of 18th & 19th century British and American sailing vessels

Erik Ronnberg Sr.
Fishing schooners; ships-in-bottles

Erik A.R. Ronnberg Jr.
Expert on American fisheries and colonial era vessels

Jim Shoesmith 
19th & 20th century small craft

David Spy 
Full & Half Hulls of 20th century yachts

Mark A. Sutherland 

Nader Taheri 
Expert model maker, conservator and artist extraordinaire

Ernest A. Tarr 
19th & 20th century yachts, small craft and half-hulls.

Ken Thomsen 

Bobb Tomsett 
Brisith and American small working vessels and yachts.

Artist Unknown 

Peter Ward 
Half-hulls of 19th and 20th century British and American yachts

Bob Weaver 

Mark C. Wilkins 
18th, 19th and early 20th century New England small craft, classic yachts, or clipper ships.

Sydney Wolvek 

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