For nearly 40 years, Sheldon Peck has been a serious collector of Dutch and Flemish old master drawings and paintings. The Peck Collection started as a collaboration between Sheldon and his late brother Harvey and continues as a joint interest shared with his wife Leena. A segment of their collection was featured 1999 to 2001 in a traveling exhibition, Fresh Woods and Pastures New, Seventeenth- Century Dutch Landscape Drawings from the Peck Collection in Chapel Hill, at Cornell and in Worcester. In 2003, a second exhibition from their collection was mounted in Boston: Rembrandt Drawings: Twenty-Five Years in the Peck Collection. Their collectors’ mark is recorded in Lugt Online. The Pecks, both orthodontists and university educators, also collect Finnish modern art and have an impressive collection of rare books on the history of orthodontics and dental medicine. Read more.