Seven publ. by El Pintor (ps. Galinka Ehrenfest and Jacob Kloot): (1) Metropolia
File with insert slots on the back for 7 model construction plates and textleaf. Circa 1943. (2) El Pintor's Dierenparadijs. Allerlei Spelen met wilde dieren. Amsterdam, Corunda, 1946. Fine copy. (3) Flora. Bloemenstalletje. Allerlei spelen met bloemen uit bos, veld en tuin, sloot, wei en duin. Fold-out (this copy split in two parts) flower shop with cardboard insertable plants. (4) Godfried Bomans. El Pintor's Toverboek van 1001 nacht. Pop-up leporello, 1941. Mediocre copy, rest. on edges, pop-up intact. (5) "Het Avontuur van Kobus Knabbel. Het konijn van El Pintor". Tekst van Joep (=Emanuel van Loggem), foto's Hans (=Hans Max Wolf), 1941. (6) Eerste en Laatste. Amsterdam, ca. 1943. (7) El Pintor's reizen. Matsa Boemi op de Tafelberg, 1946. 14 p. Ring-bound. All ex-library Bunny Kelk, with her stamp or name.
Amsterdam Jewish artists couple Galinka Ehrenfest and her husband Jacob Kloot created a fantastic series of children's books under pseudonym El Pintor during WWII for which they asked the cooperation of several other authors and artists. The books were popular, both in the Netherlands and in Germany. The profits were mainly used to aid to people hiding and the Resistance movement. After Jacob was killed in Sobibor in 1943, Galinka proceeded. The last title in the series was published in 1946. (total 7)