Belgian artist Marthe Donas was one of the most revolutionary female artistic voices during the first half of the 20th century. Following her death in 1967, however, her work and her importance to avant-garde expression began to fade into history. Recent times, though, have witnessed a renewed interest in her work, a testament to which is this book, Marthe Donas, A Woman Artist in the Avant Garde. The first comprehensive monograph of Donas’ oeuvre published in English, this book walks the reader through the complexities of her contemporary art scene to showcase her individual brilliance. The combination of lavish images and expert prose by Peter J.H. Pauwels and Kristien Boon make this a perfect compliment for the library of Belgian artistic innovators. Read more here: here.