Cat. 134. TM / Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant, In the Sultan’s Palace, N.d., Oil on canvas, 66x50.2 cm, Signed l.r.: Benj. Constant, Salt Lake City, Utah Museum of Fine, Arts, University of Utah, Gift of Mary P. Sandberg in honour of Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Robinson / Inv. UMFA 1973.081.001
A Picture Gallery (Benjamin Constant), 1866. Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema (English, Romanticim, 1836-1912). Oil on canvas. National Gallery, London. Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant, also known as Benjamin Constant, (1845–1902), was a French painter and etcher best known for his Oriental subjects and portraits.
Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant. Head of a Moor, about 1875, oil on paper mounted on canvas. 45 x 35 cm. Collection Mr. Laurence Graff. Photo Courtesy Mr. Laurence Graff MMFA Marvels and Mirages of Orientalism From Spain to Morocco, Benjamin-Constant in His Time January 31 to May 31, 2015