Saints, Scientists & Witches: First Annual Mauthe Center Fine Art Show

The Mauthe Center is pleased to present an exhibition of fine art. The fine art show and silent auction will open at the Mauthe Center, Nov. 17, 5 – 8 pm. Wine and cheese will be available. Cost is $25 for adults and $5 for students and children.

The museum quality pieces will include a Rembrandt etching; two 17th century Flemish old master paintings on copper of the Virgin Mary and St. Bartholomew; Saducismus Triumphatus or Full and Plain Evidence Concerning Witches and Apparitions, printed in 1700; Disquisitiones Magicae or Magical Investigations, printed in 1600; 18th century Benediction manual for exorcism ritual; The Opera of Versailles, printed 1725 (anatomical); 15th century illuminated German manuscript from the Book of Hours; 15th century Italian illuminated manuscript-devotional; martyrdom scenes; 15th century Italian illuminated manuscript, “Presentation of Jesus at Herod’s Court;” Mercuralis, Hieronymous de Arte Gymnastica, printed 1601; first edition of Dracula, 1897; The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe, 1884; “Lady in White” by Colonel John Trumble, 1804-1810. There will be several other pieces from the 15th to 17th century on display.

Running simultaneous to the fine art show will be a silent auction where a 17th century antiphonal page will accompany many other silent auction items. The Mauthe Center is located on the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay campus at 2418 Leon Bond Dr. For more information visit

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