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If I interpret your screenshot right, then your image is still lying beside the rectangle and because of the clipping you cannot see the image anymore. Moving the image layer into the rectangle layer does not mean, that you changed the position.

Select the image in the Layers panel, so that you can see the handles and then move the image to the left edge of the rectangle (or something like that).

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You need to mask the image with the rectangle but you’re masking the rectangle with the image. Go to the Layers panel, drag the rectangle layer and drop it onto the thumbnail of the image layer to get the desired result.

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