Pogany was an excellent draughtsman, though he often put that aside to create extravagant drawings in the Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles.
Out of the Infinitely Surprising Scrap File I extracted this clipping from a 1934 Fortune magazine. It's a concept painting (as we call them these days) for the Technicolor finale of Kid Millions, a comedy-musical starring Eddie Cantor. The number takes place in a wild fantasy ice cream factory where scores of lovely Goldwyn Girls serve ice cream to a sea of brats. This kid-book-style watercolor showcases one of a thousand Pogany art styles.