As the heyday of boudoir art came to a close in the late 1920’s, Louis Icart remained popular. He continued to produce works in his signature style, yet he slowly evolved into other more contemporary images. Although sales declined for other artists, Icart kept a strong following. Edition sizes remained high with 300 to 500 pressings the average run. While his classic pieces continued to show strong sales, his newer works commanded much attention from critics. Although many examples exist in the market, they remain some of the most popular with collectors today.