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Maurice Sand
Maurice Sand
Maurice Sand in the 1880s
Born
Jean-François-Maurice-Arnauld Dudevant

June 30, 1823 (1823-06-30)
Paris, France
DiedSeptember 4, 1889 (1889-09-05) (aged 66)
Nohant-Vic, France
OccupationWriter and artist
Spouse(s)Lina Calamatta
Children2 daughters
Parent(s)Casimir Dudevant
George Sand

Jean-François-Maurice-Arnauld Dudevant, known as Baron Dudevant but better known by the pseudonym Maurice Sand (June 30, 1823 in Paris – September 4, 1889 in Nohant-Vic), was a French writer, artist and entomologist.[1] He studied art under Eugène Delacroix and also experimented in various other subjects, including geology and biology.

He was the elder child and only son of George Sand, a French novelist and feminist, and her husband, Baron François Casimir Dudevant. In addition to his numerous novels, he is best remembered for his monumental study of commedia dell'arteMasques et bouffons (comédie italienne), 1860.[2]

Works

  • Callirhoé, Paris, M. Lévy frères, 1864
  • Catalogue raisonné des lépidoptères du Berry & de l'Auvergne, Paris, E. Deyrolle, 1879
  • George Sand et le Théâtre de Nohant, Paris, les Cent une, 1930
  • La Fille du singe, Paris, P. Ollendorff, 1886
  • Le Coq aux cheveux d'or, Paris, Librairie Internationale, 1867
  • Le Québec : lettres de voyage, 1862 ; réimp. Paris, Magellan & Cie, 2006 ISBN 978-2-35074-025-6
  • Le Théâtre des marionnettes, Paris, Calmann Lévy, 1890
  • L'Atelier d'Eugène Delacroix de 1839 à 1848, Paris, Fondation George et Maurice Sand, 1963
  • L'Augusta, Paris, Michel Lévy frères, 1872
  • Mademoiselle Azote. André Beauvray, Paris, Lévy, 1870
  • Mademoiselle de Cérignan, Paris, Michel-Lévy frères, 1874
  • Masques et bouffons (comédie italienne), texte et dessins, préf. George Sand, 1860
  • Miss Mary, Paris, Michel Lévy frères, 1868
  • Raoul de la Chastre : aventures de guerre et d'amour, Paris, M. Lévy frères, 1865
  • Recueil des principaux types créés avec leurs costumes sur le théâtre de Nohant, [S.l. s.n.], 1846–1886
  • Six mille lieues à toute vapeur, Paris, M. Lévy frères, 1873 ; réimp. Paris, Guénégaud, 2000 ISBN 978-2-85023-098-1
  • Le Monde des Papillons, préface de George Sand, suivi de l'Histoire naturelle des Lépidoptères d'Europe par A. Depuiset, Paris, Rothschild, 1867

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