The book in question is "Belgium by Frank Brangwyn ARA, Hon Member of La Societe Royale Des Beaux Arts De Bruxelles, Cavaliere of The Order of The Crown of Italy, Etc, Etc..." (His words, not mine) This volume was published in 1916 and illustrated with 52 woodcuts and drawings.
There is something slightly apocalyptic about this opening illustration, as if god is about to wipe away Bruxelles from the surface of the earth. No wonder the edition was limited to just 160 copies.
For a book that is often referred to as "rare", there are quite a few for sale on ABE Books. Prices from £14.00 up to £340.00 and all dating to 1916 and all apparently 1st Editions.
This last illustration reminds me of Monet's studies of trees, in fact it is a bit of a standard composition. Here are a few more .............
Margaret Hebe Waite (1907-1986)