Stevenson works on display in MCC lobby

Several McCurtain County students join Instructor Kelly Gamble to look at the artwork of Idabel native Harold Stevenson. Two paintings by the late Harold Stevenson, as well as a matador suit worn by El Cordobes (the subject of one of Harold’s more famous paintings), are on display in the main lobby of the McCurtain County Campus. Several of Harold’s painting are on display throughout McCurtain County, including Mauro, which is on exhibit at the Museum of the Red River.

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