The Smart Museum has two masterpieces of illustration in its collection, one by the German artist Peter Cornelius, one by the great French romantic artist Eugene Delacroix. Both are devoted to Goethe's greatest play, his Faust. In this lecture from one of the world's leading scholars on Faust, learn how the illustrations illuminate the play by providing a unique visual rendering of key scenes. Both prove to be interpreters of keen insight and their contrasting styles of depiction enrich our understanding of the drama.