The battle between the heavenly host of angels and Mephisto's helpers, the lemurs, drought and fat devils, plagues and will-o'-the-wisps rages for Faust's soul. The glory in the halo and the devilish dragon of hell symbolise the two powers. The lemurs are to dig Faust's grave so that Mephisto does not escape Faust's soul. Mephisto and his devils struggle in vain with "fantastic "wingman-like" incantatory gestures" with the floating roses of love strewn by the angels. Some of the angels push Mephisto off into the procenium (to the edge of the stage), while other angels float away with Faust's corpse. Psyche holds the butterfly in her hands as a symbol of the immortal soul. The devil has lost the battle.
Eleven figures from the new tin figure series "Faust's Entombment" artistically created in colour by the miniature painter Philippe Fourquet.
Mephisto and his diabolical "helpers" are seduced by the angels scattering love roses. Ingeniously coloured by the miniature painter Reinhold Pfandzelter.
The ten-centimetre-high main character of the new series: The "heavenly hosts" recover Faust's corpse and "snatch" the devilish Mephisto's soul. A scene based on Goethe's "Faust der Tragödie zweiter Teil". Miniature painting by Master Philippe Fourquet.