Was born on March 22, 1927 in Port-au-Prince. After graduating from high school, he became a Customhouse Surveyor. In 1955, he became a member of the school Foyer des Arts Plastiques that was formed by a group of sophisticated artists who were dissatisfied with how issues affecting Haitian painters were addressed. Mathilde won a bronze medal at the National Art Exhibition organized by the tourism office in 1959. He has exhibited in the Win- Ding festival of Chicago, in 1963, and Art Expo in 1967. He is listed in Eva Pataki's book, "Haitian Painting Art in Kitsch" and an illustrations of his painting can be seen in John Allen Franciscus’ book, “Haiti Voodoo Kingdom To Modern Riviera” and Clovis Desinor’s book, “Haiti The first Negro Republic in the New World”. He has exhibited in the USA and many galleries in Haiti and parts of Europe.