Mathilde de Morny (26 May 1863 – 29 June 1944) was a French noblewoman and artist. She was also known by the nickname "Missy" or her pseudonym as an artist, "Yssim" (an anagram of Missy), "Max", "Uncle Max" (French: Oncle Max) and "Monsieur le Marquis". Active as a sculptor and painter, she studied under Comte Saint-Cène and the sculptor Édouard-Gustave-Louis Millet de Marcilly.

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  • Mathilde de Morny (26 May 1863 – 29 June 1944) was a French noblewoman and artist. She was also known by the nickname "Missy" or her pseudonym as an artist, "Yssim" (an anagram of Missy), "Max", "Uncle Max" (French: Oncle Max) and "Monsieur le Marquis". Active as a sculptor and painter, she studied under Comte Saint-Cène and the sculptor Édouard-Gustave-Louis Millet de Marcilly. (en)
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  • Mathilde de Morny (26 May 1863 – 29 June 1944) was a French noblewoman and artist. She was also known by the nickname "Missy" or her pseudonym as an artist, "Yssim" (an anagram of Missy), "Max", "Uncle Max" (French: Oncle Max) and "Monsieur le Marquis". Active as a sculptor and painter, she studied under Comte Saint-Cène and the sculptor Édouard-Gustave-Louis Millet de Marcilly. (en)
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