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Very little is known of this late 19th century Gabarus, Cape Breton home. The parlour features a decoratively painted ceiling. The artist is unknown although the similarities between the painted surfaces in this home and that of the Lomas-Anderson residence in Sherbrooke, NS may suggest that the artist was one of Ozia Leduc's assistants, Raoul Ducharme, Dollard Church, L.P. Martin or J.P. Allaire. Another home in Gabarus also has a painted ceiling of similar fashion. Below: Photographs provided by Bonnie Elliott, Curator, Randall House Museum, Wolfville, NS (1982).