Ludwig Deutsch was an Austrian painter working in Paris in the tradition of Orientalism which The Sahlab Vendor, Cairo is a great example of.
The young Kuroda Seiki looks out at us with his head turned from the side orientation of his body in his Self-Portrait in a Turkish Hat.
In Arnaut Smoking, again Jean-Léon Gérôme reveals his fascination with other cultures as we see a man draw smoke from a hookah pipe.
Napoleon in Egypt by famous academic painter Jean-Léon Gérôme is an example of the European taste for exoticism in art in the 19th century.
Orientalist painter Jean-Léon Gérôme visited the East several times and On the Desert was likely inspired by his early trips in 1854 & 1867.
In 1856 Jean-Léon Gérôme travelled on a Grand Tour of the near East and Encampment near Constantinople is the result of a plein-air oil sketch.
The Slave Market by academic artist Jean-Léon Gérôme shows a female chattel slave being inspected for health by a prospective buyer in North Africa.
Egyptian Chess Players indulges the European taste for the exotic during the nineteenth century which Lawrence Alma-Tadema specialised in.
John Frederick Lewis painted in the Orientalist style of scenes of the Eastern World and The Coffee Bearer is an excellent example of this.
Tea Drinking by Russian artist Andrei Ryabushkin portrays both men and women going about their daily life drinking tea at a tea house