Twilight of the Nymphs, a collection of seven mildly erotic Pierre Louÿs stories originally published between 1893 and 1898, was Clara Tice’s next commission for the Pierre Louÿs Society. The tales, most based on standard mythological themes like Leda and the Swan, were again well-suited to Clara’s bold treatment and experiments with colour. Using a strictly limited palette for each plate, the free reign she was given by publisher Boni & Liveright to use metallic inks and striking colour combinations saw Clara Tice at the peak of her illustration skills when she produced the twenty-eight illustrations for Twilight.

As with Woman and Puppet, Twilight of the Nymphs was printed in a numbered limited edition of 1250 copies.