Louis Icart (1888 - 1950, France) Hand colored etching of a nude female in a lying down position. Pencil signed lower left reads "Louis Icart." The image size is 16 3/4" x 10 1/4," beautifully matted and framed, it is 23 7/8" x 17 1/2." Ships free in the USA. Louis Justin Laurent Icart was active/lived in New York / France. He is known for sensuous female figure drawing, painting, and fashion design. Icart created etchings of women from the Art Deco period. His art epitomizes the image of the female form during that time, and he often used his wife Fanny as his model. He used a combination of techniques to create over 500 etchings. These include dry-point, etching, and sugaring. Each Icart etching was enhanced with hand coloring. While he generally hand signed his etchings in the lower right corner he usually didn't do the hand coloring. This would have been done by his studio.