The Sunday Telegraph magazine - What Do Your Dreams Mean cover (26 May 1985)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - some creasing to page edges
MOTHER TERESA - "Woman of the week" Three-quarter page
ANATOMY OF A PAINTING - How is a painting created? What inspired artist Leonard Rosoman to paint his latest work, Hat Ritual, for this year's Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy? He says it was a nose for hats. Stephen Fay follows the painting through all its stages, from the first sketches to its completion 4 pages
TIGER AMONG THE ACADEMICS - Jocelyn Stevens, once the top party-goer of his generation, golden-boy of the gossip columns and one of Fleet Street's top executives, has become Rector of the Royal College of Art. Anne de Courcy examines what impact his flamboyant style is having on the country's most prestigious college of art and design Three and a quarter pages
SEEDED IN HISTORY - There have been Jarvises at Doddington Hall for over 150 years. When Antony Jarvis became the owner, he found the garden in need of repair and has restored it to its former glory. How has he done so? Jane Ellison reports Two and three-quarter pages
MYSTERIES OF THE MIND'S EYE - What happens when we dream? Do our dreams mean anything? These questions have puzzled people from time immemorial, yet only recently has the subject been considered suitable for serious scientific investigation. Brian Inglis reports on the latest findings 6 pages