Warsaw: Literarische Bletter, 1936. Illustration by Ichiel Tynowicki. In original wrapper.  ff., 9-45 pp.,  f., In very good condition. Artistically Restored.
The second book of poems by the Yiddish poet Moshe Schulstein (1911-1981), inscribed to the author Avraham Braizblatt (Warsaw, July 1936) on the front flyleaf. Ichiel (Jerachmil, Jakub) Tynowicki, native of Białystok (b. ca. 1906), who was a graphic artist and painter, and a member of a number of artists' group in his native city alongside such notable artists as Bencjon Rabinowicz (Benn), Nachum Edelman, Michał Duniec, and Czesław Sadowski. Tynowicki created prints and graphic works influenced by German Expressionism as well as by Japanese prints. He was an active participant in the Esperanto-speaking circles led by Ludwik Lejzer Zamenhof – another native of Białystok – and created works on behalf of the Esperanto Society. More generally, he focused on art with a socially-oriented message. Perished in the Holocaust, in the Białystok Ghetto, in either 1942 or 1943.