Entering the Marthe Donas Museum in Ittre takes you on a journey to the land of abstract art, and more specifically cubism.
Set in the Chapelle des Sœurs de l’Enfant-Jésus, the museum looks back on the life and career of the artist Marthe Donas through her drawings and paintings.
Originally from Antwerp, Marthe Donas (1885-1967) discovered cubism and modernism in Paris during World War I. By 1920 her work was already exhibited across Europe and she intrigued the avant-garde under the male pseudonym of Tour Donas.
The collections at the Marthe Donas Museum consist of around 40 paintings by Marthe Donas, 70 works by Guillaume Vanden Borre and 40 pieces (paintings, engravings, drawings, sculptures…) by Pierre Caille.
Visit language : French, Dutch
On Thursday and Saturday: from 1 pm till 5 pm
On Sunday: from 11 am till 5 pm
Entry to the museum is free (permanent exhibition)
If temporary themed exhibitions: €5/person
With guided tour (on reservation): €7/person
Groups, on reservation (between 5 and 10 people): €5/person
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