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Blood clot Featured Print

Blood clot

Blood clot. Coloured Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) of a blood clot, also known as a thrombus. Red blood cells (erythrocytes) are seen trapped in a web of white fibrin threads made of an insoluble protein. Small platelets (green) have also become enmeshed in the clot. When activated, platelets become spiky (as here), clump together and release chemical factors into the blood. These factors cause fibrin threads to form. A white blood cell of the immune system is also trapped (yellow). A clot forms when a blood vessel is injured or diseased. A clot that forms inside a blood vessel may lead to a heart attack if it blocks a heart artery. Magnification: x4, 200 at 6x7cm size. x2, 100 at 35mm size

© Cnri/Science Photo Library

A Madame Yevonde portrait of Baba Beaton Featured Print

A Madame Yevonde portrait of Baba Beaton

Miss Baba Beaton is the younger of the two beautiful and attractive Beaton girls. They are among the most popular of the blonde ex-debs, and no party is complete without them. Both Miss Nancy and Miss Baba Beaton have often been photographed by their clever brother, but this double portrait is not one of Mr Cecil Beaton's camera studies. Madame Yevonde was a prolific and ground-breaking society portrait and commercial photographer active between 1915 and 1975. She is particularly well-known for her astonishingly modern work using the Vivex colour process during the 1930's. Her images of society folk and other personalities appeared regularly in The Sketch or The Tatler through the 1920's and 30's

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10221096

A Kick At The Broad Bottoms! I.e. Emancipation Of All The Talents Featured Print

A Kick At The Broad Bottoms! I.e. Emancipation Of All The Talents

A Kick At The Broad Bottoms! I.e. Emancipation Of All The Talents, Gillray, James, 1756-1815, Engraver, [london], 1807, King George Iii, His Face Hidden By A Pillar, Grabs The Pigtail Of Lord Grenville, And Holds His Scepter As If Ready To Strike Grenville. Members Of The Government, Including Howick, Holding A Torn Copy Of The Catholic Bill, Ellenborough, Buckingham, Temple, Windham, Moira, Sidmouth And Sheridan, Rush From The Room, Falling On Each Other In The Process. Petty And Erskine Are Sprawled On The Floor. The King Stands In Front Of His Throne Next To Which Is A Bible And A Crown

© Universal History Archive