Ferdinand Gueldry’s best known painting is the The Blood Drinkers, done in 1898, in which a line of pale and languid women queue up in an abattoir for a glass of warm ox's blood. It is likely that their anaemia had been caused by menstrual losses. He mainly painted oils.
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