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Da Vinci guru Jonathan Pevsner finds value—and flaws—in the blockbuster novel and film.

Cracking the Code
You saw the movie; now learn more about its truths and untruths from our own Leonardo authority.

He was a 17-year-old high school student spending a year in London when he walked into the National Gallery and saw Leonardo da Vinci’s preparatory sketches for Virgin and Child with Saint Anne and Saint John the Baptist. For six hours, he sat there spellbound, studying the large-scale drawings. From then on—through college at Haverford, graduate work here, a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford—Jonathan Pevsner, now an associate professor of neurology at the Kennedy Krieger Institute and neuroscience at the School of Medicine, was hooked.

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