Solange Sand, de son nom de naissance Solange Dudevant, de nom d’usage Clésinger-Sand et de pseudonyme « Dubois de Vavray » (née le 13 septembre 1828, morte le 17 mars 1899) est une écrivaine française . Biographie [ modifier | modifier le code] Solange Sand naît le 13 septembre 1828 1.
Clésinger-Sand, Solange, 1828-1899 Person Solange Clésinger-Sand (1828-1899), author, daughter of 19th century French author George Sand, studied piano with Frédéric Chopin, and married sculptor Jean Baptiste (Auguste) Clésinger Suggest a Correction Found in 1 Collection or Record: Solange Clésinger-Sand Papers Collection
Solange Dudevant-Sand Label from public data source Wikidata Sources found : George Sand et Solange : mère et fille, 1994: p. 11 (née Solange Dudevant, Sept. 13, 1828; daughter of Aurore Dupin (George Sand) and Casimir Dudevant) p. 357, etc. (married the sculptor Jean-Baptiste Clésinger in 1847) p. 414 (Solange Clésinger-Sand; d. 1899)
Nicknamed Nini, that child died in 1855 of Scarlet Fever.  Under the name Solange Clésinger-Sand, she published her first novel, Jacques Bruneau, in 1870. Her second book, Carl Robert, was published in 1887. She died on March 17, 1899 at her home in Paris and is buried in a private cemetery in Nohant-Vic . Works [ edit] Jacques Bruneau, 1870
Solange Clésinger-Sand, daughter of prolific 19th century French author George Sand and Casimir Dudevant. Studied piano with Frédéric Chopin during Chopin's summer sojourns at the Sand estate in Nohant from the late 1830s to mid 1840s.
Solange Clésinger-Sand (1828-1899) Solange Clésinger-Sand, daughter of prolific 19th century French author George Sand and Casimir Dudevant. Studied piano with Frédéric Chopin during Chopin's summer sojourns at the Sand estate in Nohant from the late 1830s to mid 1840s. Married sculptor Jean-Baptiste (Auguste) Clésinger in 1847.
Solange Clésinger-Sand Papers Scope and Contents The Solange Clésinger-Sand papers contain correspondence, writings, and other papers. Correspondence consists of letters to and from Solange Clésinger-Sand and third-party letters between family members and others.