About Edward T. Pollack

Edward T. Pollack Fine Art is located in the Fort Andross Mill, 14 Maine Street (unit 0125), Brunswick, ME.

The gallery is open by appointment or by chance.

I can be reached by Telephone at 617-610-7173, and by email at ed@edpollackfinearts.com.


I have been a dealer in Rare Books, Fine Prints and Drawings, and occasional Objects d'Art for more than forty years. I show and sell work at Book Fairs, Print Fairs, Antique shows and on the Internet at this Website, www.edpollackfinearts.com. I am a member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association of America (IFPDA), the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA) and the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB).



I presently have an inventory of more than 3500 works on paper, including etchings, lithographs, woodcuts, drawings, and other print media, as well as an occasional photograph or painting. My stock of books consists of over 3000 used, rare and collectible books, with an emphasis on books about Art and Artists, Photography, and Architecture and Design, as well as children's books, other fine illustrated books and first editions of older and modern literature. Objects in inventory include sculpture, pottery and glass, tribal art, and a variety of miscellaneous artifacts.


I hope you will enjoy viewing the site, and that you will find some things which pique your interest.

All items in any of the areas of the site are for sale; clicking on an image will provide all details. I am available to answer all questions and can usually provide additional images of any items.


Rare Books

Our stock consists of over 3000 used, rare and collectible books, with an emphasis on books about Art and Artists, Photography, and Architecture and Design, as well as children's books, other fine illustrated books and first editions of older and modern literature. We are members of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA) and of the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB). We have exhibited at Book Fairs in Massachusetts, New York, Maine, New Hampshire and elsewhere, and offer our books for sale on ABEbooks.com and Biblio.com, as well as here on our own website.


Fine Prints and Drawings

We have an inventory of more than 3500 etchings, lithographs, woodcuts, drawings, and other print media, as well as an occasional photograph or painting. Here on the site, you will find a complete list of our works of art, many of which are illustrated with images. For those where no image is as yet available on this site, we can provide images by email. We currently exhibit at the Print Fairs in New York, Boston and Washington, DC and also show a selection of prints at the bookfairs and antique shows at which we exhibit.


Objects d'Art

Objects in inventory include pottery and glass, tribal art, and a variety of miscellaneous artifacts.



By Appointment

EDWARD T. POLLACK FINE ARTS is located in the Fort Andross Mill in Brunswick, Maine, with an office, display and storage space for our inventory of artworks and other collectible objects. We occupy unit 0125 on the second floor of the Mill at 4 Maine Street. This is the same building which houses the Cabot Mill Antiques Center (map.) We can be reached by Telephone at 617-610-7173, and by email at ed@edpollackfinearts.com. Physical mail should be addressed to us at 29 Feeney Way, Portland, ME 04103


Video Interviews

There are two interviews available at youtube.com. One is with radio station WEOS in Geneva, NY and is focused on the exhibition Audubon to Warhol: Two Centuries of American Art on Paper which presented 100 works from the inventory of my business and from my personal collection. The show was on view during March and April 2016 at the Davis Gallery at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. The video may be accessed at HERE


The other interview was conducted as part of an ongoing project undertaken by the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA) to create and preserve an audio/visual record of its members' stories of their involvement in the book trade. This video can be viewed HERE