The exhibition layout and painting was very old fashioned. However, the exoticism of the paintings and photograph combined with the reality of Arabs souvenirs is of royalty. The Moroccan architecture of the buildings looks more of a palace. The dressing code as well as fashion of the people makes the setting very posh. The classy setting of the museum photos may make one think of a city yet they are just paintings in a museum. Upon setting the eyes on the painting, one could feel the wealth. Everyone will associate the high ceiling of the buildings with a palace.
Women have determined forms of human culture and influences course of events that happen in a culture. Men ignorance on women greatly compounded by the oversight of information on society that give female power has challenged the advancement and independence of women. This image implies sexism hence it communicates to the people now on the importance of according women same treatment as men. Just like men have been in the position of war, so do the implication in this image. The sword signifies the power accorded to this woman in the image. The dressing code is a replica of a prince and not a princess, an implication that power accord should be to women just as men. Painting in glinting red and gold tones depicts exotic settings. The beauty of this woman in the image appears as avenging beauty by proudly bearing her sword. Such a face looks like one who is under a mission to save or revenge about her besieged kingdom or city.
This is a picture of the Arabs soldiers in a watch out to protect their kingdom from entry of an enemy. The military power remains in vigilance to support the unpopular war. They create a wedge between the European scramble and colonization of the East hence it shun off orientalism. The existence of the soldiers at the offstage describes despotism of the Pasha’s government. This shows