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Artist, Henri Matisse, arriving at the printers Fernand Mourlot 1948, France. He was illustrating the love poems of 16th century French Renaissance poet Pierre de Ronsard for an illustrated book or livre d’artiste. The Lithograph is for lorilège des Amours by Ronsard, printed in sanguine, on Arches, printed by Mourlot Frères, published by Albert Skira. Ateliers Mourlot, Paris © Ina Bandy/Report Archive/reportdigital.co.uk

Artist, Henri Matisse, arriving at the printers Fernand Mourlot 1948, France. He was illustrating the love poems of 16th century French Renaissance poet Pierre de Ronsard for an illustrated book or livre d’artiste. The Lithograph is for lorilège des Amours by Ronsard, printed in sanguine, on Arches, printed by Mourlot Frères, published by Albert Skira. Ateliers Mourlot, Paris
© Ina Bandy/Report Archive/reportdigital.co.uk

Artist, Henri Matisse, checking the lithograph with assistant Gaston Tutin, Portrait of a girl, at the printers Fernand Mourlot 1948, France. He was illustrating the love poems of 16th century French Renaissance poet Pierre de Ronsard for an illustrated book or livre d’artiste. The Lithograph is for lorilège des Amours by Ronsard, printed in sanguine, on Arches, printed by Mourlot Frères, published by Albert Skira. Ateliers Mourlot, Paris © Ina Bandy/Report Archive/reportdigital.co.uk

Artist, Henri Matisse, checking the lithograph with assistant Gaston Tutin, Portrait of a girl, at the printers Fernand Mourlot 1948, France. He was illustrating the love poems of 16th century French Renaissance poet Pierre de Ronsard for an illustrated book or livre d’artiste. The Lithograph is for lorilège des Amours by Ronsard, printed in sanguine, on Arches, printed by Mourlot Frères, published by Albert Skira. Ateliers Mourlot, Paris
© Ina Bandy/Report Archive/reportdigital.co.uk

Mothers and puschairs try to get past staff at the entrance and occupy the cafe. Tax avoidance campaigners, UK Uncut occupy a Starbucks cafe off Regents Street. Organisers highlight the government cuts to women and transform Starbucks stores across the country into refuges, creches and homeless shelters. London.© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Mothers and puschairs try to get past staff at the entrance and occupy the cafe. Tax avoidance campaigners, UK Uncut occupy a Starbucks cafe off Regents Street. Organisers highlight the government cuts to women and transform Starbucks stores across the country into refuges, creches and homeless shelters. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Tax avoidance campaigners, UK Uncut occupy a Starbucks cafe off Regents Street. Organisers highlight the government cuts to women and transform Starbucks stores across the country into refuges, creches and homeless shelters. London.© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Tax avoidance campaigners, UK Uncut occupy a Starbucks cafe off Regents Street. Organisers highlight the government cuts to women and transform Starbucks stores across the country into refuges, creches and homeless shelters. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Rosie the Riveter poster - we can do it! (J. Howard Miller). Tax avoidance campaigners, UK Uncut occupy a Starbucks cafe off Regents Street. Organisers highlight the government cuts to women and transform Starbucks stores across the country into refuges, creches and homeless shelters. London.© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Rosie the Riveter poster – we can do it! (J. Howard Miller). Tax avoidance campaigners, UK Uncut occupy a Starbucks cafe off Regents Street. Organisers highlight the government cuts to women and transform Starbucks stores across the country into refuges, creches and homeless shelters. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Tax avoidance campaigners, UK Uncut occupy a Starbucks cafe off Regents Street. Organisers highlight the government cuts to women and transform Starbucks stores across the country into refuges, creches and homeless shelters. London.© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Tax avoidance campaigners, UK Uncut occupy a Starbucks cafe off Regents Street. Organisers highlight the government cuts to women and transform Starbucks stores across the country into refuges, creches and homeless shelters. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk