"Combing hair" by Osman Hamdi Bey. Painted by the Turkish artist in about 1900. Osman Hamdi was unusual as a native of the Ottoman Empire who had trained with western orientalist painters like Gerome. His images are a lot more conservative than the French artists and are similar to J.F. Lewis's work from half a century before.
Osman Hamdi Bey - Turkish Painter 1842-1910
Splendeur Orientale - Edouard Frederic Wilhelm Richter (German Painter, 1844-1913)
Mahidevran Gülbahar Sultan (Ottoman Turkish: ماه دوران سلطان, c. 1500 – 3 February 1581) was haseki sultan to Suleiman the Magnificent and mother of Şehzade Mustafa, Şehzade Ahmed and Raziye Sultan of the Ottoman Empire.
BEY Osman Hamdi ~ Turkish (1842 – 1910)
Portrait of Mihrimah Sultan, the daughter of Suleiman the Magnificent and Hurrem Sultan/Roxelana. (via historyartsculture) Source: tiny-librarian