Edward and Deborah Pollack have been in the art world for over thirty-five years as prominent art dealers and collectors of fine nineteenth and early twentieth-century American art. In the early 1970s Edward's gallery was the Pollack Gallery on Madison Avenue in New York City and he was known by his colleagues to have the best eye in the business. Deborah, after graduating with honors from Temple University, was a private art dealer, D. Courtney Fine Art, based in New York and Pennsylvania.
In 1981 they married and merged their businesses to create Edward and Deborah Pollack Fine Art. Their gallery is located at 205 Worth Avenue, Suite 202, in Palm Beach, Florida.
Deborah has also curated and hung exhibitions at the Society of the Four Arts King Library, the Cornell Museum, and the Delray Beach Historical Society. She is an affiliated member of the International Society of Appraisers, a member of the Historical Society of Palm Beach County, South Florida Writers Association, the Palm Beach Cultural Council,, a life member of the Actors Fund, and an associate of Archives of American Art. Deborah is also a member of the Brain Injury Association of Florida and helps survivors and caregivers cope with Traumatic Brain Injury. Further support for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can be found here: Betsy's Support Site for TBI. Deborah's poem, 1999, about TBI recovery was published in an edition of Healthy Stories. Other poetry (Beautiful at Eighteen, The Irony of Health, To a Loving Brightness), and three short stories (Velvet Ribbons, Behave. Right Now! and Boom-Shacka-Lacka ) have been published in other editions but can also be read online at the Miami Health Department's website, Healthy Stories.
Edward and Deborah Pollack continue to deal in important American paintings and to be devoted to bringing artists, who were well-known in their lifetime, back into the forefront.
About Edward and Deborah Pollack
Deborah Pollack holding her best-selling book,
The book has led to Deborah's award from Florida Memorial University (HBCU) for making "a significant contribution to advancing the awareness of women's history."