Transferring artist's ideas, transporting artistic achievements and the train as a means of transportation: That is what Lyonel Feininger was able to do with his meaningful drawings. These are the focal point of a presentation that is being shown at the KulturBahnhof Weimar for the first time. Entitled ?Transfer ? Feininger sketches?, it highlights the painter, draughtsmen and graphic artist Lyonel Feininger, whose life and art is further illustrated by more detailed texts and photographs. Within that, there are three main subjects: Firstly, Feininger's caricatures, which were created in 1906/07 and printed in the Chicago Sunday Tribune, and secondly, Feininger's love of locomotives and railway landscapes. ?Die Blaue Vier? (The Blue Four), an alliance of the Weimar artists Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee and Lyonel Feininger together with the Russian Painter Alexej von Jawlensky, is the third subject.