Louis Icart (1888-1950, France) - "Chestnut Vendor" [Marchande de Marrons -1928] depicts a woman in the Art Deco period standing next to a chestnut vendor with a European skyline in the background, highlighted with shades of red, blue, yellow, and brown and executed in the Art Deco style. It is an original drypoint etching with hand coloring on paper. Signature in lower right margin, number A89 in lower left margin. The image measures 19" x 14" and framed, it is 33" x 27." Free shipping in the USA. Louis Justin Laurent Icart was born in Toulouse in 1890 and died in Paris in 1950. He lived in New York City in the 1920s, where he became known for his Art-Deco color etchings of glamorous women. He was artistically and financially successful for his sensuous female figure drawing, painting, and fashion design.