ACNH Redd Art Guide Real vs Fake

When you decide to buy Redd’s arts in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, make sure not to buy the fake one. That’s no strange if it may be a bit hard to differentiate between the real art vs the fake art. That’s because there are numerous fake arts which Redd may sell to you in the game.

Of course, to make it easy to find the real Redd’s art vs the fake one, you certainly should know the differences between both. Well, based on our experience when playing Animal Crossing, we at least find for all four of Redd’s art pieces which are fake. Sure, it’s possible for Redd to sell more than one fake art.

So, how to get the real Redd’s art? Thankfully, this post will show you the differences between the real art vs the fake art that we’ll show through the two comparison pictures. Hopefully, the guides of Redd Arts will help you to find the real art, and avoid buying the fake one in Animal Crossing.

Here’s the Guide for Redd Art in ACNH!

In fact, the fake arts in New Horizons are different from the fakes in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. In this version, there are a lot of the same paintings and statues that appear, fortunately, the guide below will help you pick out the real in New Horizons.

At least, there are 30 paintings that you will find in New Horizons and some of them are fake. So, you need to be careful when picking the painting from Redd. As you know, Redd sells real artworks which can be donated to the Museum. Meanwhile, the fake art cannot be donated to the museum.

Well, if you want to donate the artsworks to the museum in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, make sure to notice the differences between the real paintings vs fake paintings. Let’s see below!

  1. Academic Painting

Academic Painting

This Academic Painting was based on the Vitruvian Man, Leonardo Da Vinci. As you can see in the picture, the real painting has no mug stains, while the fake one has tea or coffee mug stains that can be found in the top right corner.

  1. Amazing Painting

Amazing Painting

This Amazing Painting was based on The Night Watch, created by  Rembrant. As you can see in the picture, the real painting shows a figure in the black who wears a hat, while the fake one removes the hat which is worn by a figure in black in the centre of the painting.

  1. Basic Painting

Basic Painting

This Basic Painting shows The Blue Boy which was created by Thomas Gainsborough. As you can see in the picture, the fake painting adds solid bangs over the boy’s forehead.

  1. Calm Painting

Calm Painting

The story of  Calm Painting was based on A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte , created by  Georges-Pierre Seurat. Fortunately, there’s no fake version for this painting. Of course, you can buy this painting with confidence.

  1. Detailed Painting

Detailed Painting

This painting was based on the Rooster and Hen with Hydrangeas, created by Ito Jakuchu. The differences between the real vs fake can be seen from the color of the flowers.

  1. Dynamic Painting

Dynamic Painting

This painting was based on the Great Wave Off Kanagawa, created by Hokusai. There’s no fake version for this painting.

  1. Common Painting

Common Painting

This Common Painting was based on The Gleaners, created by Jean-Francois Millet. Fortunately, there’s no fake version for this painting..

  1. Flowery Painting

Flowery Painting

This painting was inspired by  the Sunflowers, created by Vincent van Gogh. There’s no fake version for this painting.

  1. Famous Painting

Famous Painting

This Famous Painting was based on Mona Lisa’s story, created by Leonardo Da Vinci. As you can see on the picture, the fake one has the Mona Lisa’s eyebrows which point up with a disdainful expression.

  1. Graceful Painting

Graceful Painting

This Graceful Painting was based on Beauty Looking Back’s story, created by Hishikawa Moronobu. Well, you can see the differences between the real vs fake in the picture.

  1. Glowing Painting

Glowing Painting

This Glowing Painting was based on the Fighting Temeraire, created by Joseph Mallord William Turner. There’s no fake version for this painting.

  1. Moody Painting

Moody Painting

This painting was inspired by the Sower’s story, created by Jean-Francois Millet. There’s no fake version of this painting, so you can buy it with confidence to finally donate it to the museum.

  1. Moving Painting

Moving Painting

This painting was inspired by The Birth of Venus’s story, created by Sandro Botticelli. The fake of this painting can be seen from the trees just behind the figure which are removed.

  1. Jolly Painting

Jolly Painting

This painting was inspired by Summer’s story, created by Giuseppe Arcimboldo. The fake painting is missing the sprouting flower which comes from the figure’s chest.

  1. Nice Painting

Nice Painting

This painting was inspired by the Young Flaurist’s story, created by Edouard Manet. There’s no fake version for this painting.

  1. Mysterious Painting

Mysterious Painting

This painting was based on the Isle of the Dead’s story, created by Arnold Bocklin. Fortunately, there’s no fake version for this painting.

  1. Proper Painting

Proper Painting

This painting was inspired by the story of A Bar at the Folies-Bergere,  created by Edouard Manet. There’s no fake version for this painting.

  1. Perfect Painting

Perfect Painting

This Perfect painting was inspired by Apples and Oranges’ story, created by Paul Cezanne. There’s no fake version for this painting.

  1. Quaint Painting

Quaint Painting

This painting was inspired by the Milkmaid’s story, created by Johannes Vermeer. As you can see in the picture, a fake Quaint Painting has lots of milk pouring from the jug.

  1. Scary Painting

Scary Painting

This Scary painting was inspired by the Otani Oniji II story, created by Toshusai Sharaku. You can see the differences between real vs fake by looking at the picture.

  1. Serene Painting

Serene Painting

This painting was based on the Lady with an Ermine’s story, created by Leornado Da Vinci. The real painting is white visual, while the fake one is grey/blue ermine.

  1. Scenic Painting

Scenic Painting

The Scenic  painting was based on The Hunters in the Snow’s story, created by Pieter Bruegel.

  1. Sinking Painting

Sinking Painting

This painting was inspired by the Ophellia’s story, created by John Everest Millais. There’s no fake version for this painting.

  1. Solemn Painting

Solemn Painting

This painting was based on the Las Meninas’s story, created by Diego Velasquez. For the differences between the real vs the fake one, you can see the picture carefully.

  1. Twinkling Painting

Twinkling Painting

This painting was inspired by The Starry Night’s story, created by Vincent van Gogh. There’s no fake version for this painting.

  1. Warm Painting

Warm Painting

This painting was inspired by The Clothed Maja’s story, created by Francisco Goya. There’s no fake version for this painting.

  1. Wild Painting Left Half

Wild Painting Left Half

This painting was inspired by the Wind God and Thunder God’s story, created by Tawaraya Sotatsu.

  1. Wild Painting Right Half

Wild Painting Right Half

This painting was based on the Wind God and Thunder God’s story, created by Jean-Francois Millet. To know the difference between real painting vs the fake one, please look at the picture carefully.

  1. Worthy Painting

Worthy Painting

This Worthy  painting was based on the Liberty Leading the People’s story, created by Eugene Delacroix. There’s no fake version for this painting

  1. Wistful Painting

Wistful Painting

This painting was inspired by the Girl with a Pearl Earring’s story, created by Johannes Vermeer. The real painting shows a pearl earring worn by a woman, while the fake one shows the shape of the pearl earring changed to a star.

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