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Rugs are the same as dreams. Here's an ad full of dreams, looking like one of Willy Pogany's (but not by him). Secure within her sunlit garden May-li, Princess of the Manchus, toys idly with her lacquered fan or teases the stately peacock, whose turquoise feathers are destined to bespeak her father's ancient `rank`. There will be a test on this tomorrow, so get it down correctly. From the November, 1926 issue of GOOD HOUSEKEEPING.



Artist: John Richard Flanagan

Source: Mariangela Buch

Restoration by: Mariangela Buch