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    Marjorie Miller, Queen of the Night, 1931

    • Elena Tenicheva

      'Queen of the Night' - 1931 by Marjorie Miller American illustrator - "I heard the trailing garments of the Night Sweep through her marble halls! I saw her sable skirts all fringed with light From the celestial walls!" Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

    • Sarah Vecchi

      It's like me walking Sally in the park in the evening! Queen of the Night by Marjorie Miller, art deco illustration

    • Mousie Ladouceur

      Queen of the Night by Marjorie Miller, art deco illustration Reminds me of Lady Hawk :-)

    • Erica M

      Btbf- art deco inspiration Marjorie Miller - Queen of the Night (1931)

    • WickedSeraphim

      howdymynameiskim: “ Queen of the Night, Marjorie Miller, 1931. ”

    • Mary Stephens Mitchell

      Illustration for 'Queen of the Night' by Marjorie Miller (1931)

    • Ilze

      Marjorie Miller - Queen of the Night (1931) #Art #Illustration

    • Lisa Baker-Heaton

      Queen of the Night by Marjorie Miller, art deco illustration

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      Queen of the Night, illustration by Marjorie Miller, 1931

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