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 mcenter.org.