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Jolly Redd's Art - Is that piece of Art fake or real?

Created by NookFriends on the 26/10/2020

Redd's boat appears once a week in the hidden beach at the top of your island

There is a total of 43 orginal paintings and statues that you will be able to collect in the Animal Crossing: New Horizons game. You will be able to donate the real pieces to Blathers, the owl in the museum, but the fake ones will be rejected - so be careful when buying art from Redd! To help you with this, NookFriends has created this Fake or not guide.

Academic Painting (Vitruvian Man)

painted by Leonardo da Vinci

How to spot the real Academic Painting

In the real Academic Painting, there should not be any coffee stains on the top right. If you see stains on the top right then it is the fake Academic Painting.

Real:

Real Academic Painting painting

Amazing Painting (The Night Watch)

painted by Rembrandt

How to spot the real Amazing Painting

In the real Amazing Painting, the man in the middle who has his hand out should have a black hat. If he does not, then it is a fake Amazing Painting.

Real:

Real Amazing Painting painting

Basic Painting (The Blue Boy)

painted by Thomas Gainsborough

How to spot the real Basic Painting

In the real Basic Painting, the boy only has hair in the middle of the forehead. In the fake Basic Painting the boy's hair is covering his whole forehead.

Real:

Real Basic Painting painting

Fake:

Fake Basic Painting painting

Calm Painting (A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte)

painted by Georges Seurat

How to spot the real Calm Painting

This painting is always real.

Real Calm Painting painting

Common Painting (The Gleaners)

painted by Jean-François Millet

How to spot the real Common Painting

This painting is always real.

Real Common Painting painting

Detailed Painting (Rooster and Hen with Hydrangeas)

painted by Ito Jakuchu

How to spot the real Detailed Painting

The real Detailed Painting, has blue foliage instead of purple. The fake Detailed Painting is also missing a signature on the middle left.

Real:

Real Detailed Painting painting

Dynamic Painting (The Great Wave off Kanagawa)

painted by Hokusai

How to spot the real Dynamic Painting

This painting is always real.

Real Dynamic Painting painting

Famous Painting (Mona Lisa)

painted by Leonardo da Vinci

How to spot the real Famous Painting

In the real Famous Painting, Mona Lisa does not have eyebrows.

Real:

Real Famous Painting painting

Fake:

Fake Famous Painting painting

Flowery Painting (Sunflowers)

painted by Vincent van Gogh

How to spot the real Flowery Painting

This painting is always real.

Real Flowery Painting painting

Glowing Painting (The Fighting Temeraire)

painted by J. M. W. Turner

How to spot the real Glowing Painting

This painting is always real.

Real Glowing Painting painting

Graceful Painting (Beauty looking back)

painted by Hishikawa Moronobu

How to spot the real Graceful Painting

In the real Graceful Painting, the lady has a white tag on hair and her head is facing to the right.

Real:

Real Graceful Painting painting

Jolly Painting (Summer)

painted by Artwork

How to spot the real Jolly Painting

In the real Jolly Painting, there should be a sprout/flower in the bottom right of the painting. In the fake painting the sprout is missing.

Real:

Real Jolly Painting painting

Fake:

Fake Jolly Painting painting

Moody Painting (The Sower)

painted by Jean-François Millet

How to spot the real Moody Painting

This painting is always real.

Real Moody Painting painting

Moving Painting (The Birth of Venus)

painted by Sandro Botticelli

How to spot the real Moving Painting

In the real Moving Painting, on the top right, there should be trees. In the fake one there are flowers in the top right of the painting and it is missing the trees.

Real:

Real Moving Painting painting

Mysterious Painting (Isle of the Dead)

painted by Arnold Böcklin

How to spot the real Mysterious Painting

This painting is always real.

Real Mysterious Painting painting

Nice Painting (The Fifer)

painted by Édouard Manet

How to spot the real Nice Painting

This painting is always real.

Real Nice Painting painting

Perfect Painting (Apples and Oranges)

painted by Paul Cézanne

How to spot the real Perfect Painting

This painting is always real.

Real Perfect Painting painting

Proper Painting (A Bar at the Folies-Bergère)

painted by Édouard Manet

How to spot the real Proper Painting

This painting is always real.

Real Proper Painting painting

Quaint Painting (The Milkmaid)

painted by Johannes Vermeer

How to spot the real Quaint Painting

In the real Quaint Painting the maid is pouring very little milk, compared to the fake painting.

Real:

Real Quaint Painting painting

Fake:

Fake Quaint Painting painting

Scary Painting (Ōtani Oniji III in the Role of the Servant Edobei)

painted by Tōshūsai Sharaku

How to spot the real Scary Painting

In the real Scary Painting he should have a frown with his eyebrows looking angry. He should not be smiling or have a sad face - these two versions will be fake.

Real:

Real Scary Painting painting

Fake:

Fake Scary Painting painting

Scenic Painting (The Hunters in the Snow)

painted by Pieter Bruegel the Elder

How to spot the real Scenic Painting

In the real Scenic Painting there should be two hunters next to each other. In the fake painting there is only one hunter.

Real:

Real Scenic Painting painting

Fake:

Fake Scenic Painting painting

Serene Painting (Lady with an Ermine)

painted by Leonardo da Vinci

How to spot the real Serene Painting

The ermine (the animal the lady is holding) in the painting is white. There is a fake version of the Serene Painting, where the ermine is grey.

Real:

Real Serene Painting painting

Sinking Painting (Ophelia)

painted by John Everett Millais

How to spot the real Sinking Painting

This painting is always real.

Real Sinking Painting painting

Solemn Painting (Las Meninas)

painted by Diego Velázquez

How to spot the real Solemn Painting

The man in the middle at the back, should be holding the left side of wall. In the fake painting he is not touching the left side of the wall.

Real:

Real Solemn Painting painting

Twinkling Painting (The Starry Night)

painted by Vincent van Gogh

How to spot the real Twinkling Painting

This painting is always real.

Real Twinkling Painting painting

Warm Painting (The Clothed Maja)

painted by Francisco Goya

How to spot the real Warm Painting

This painting is always real.

Real Warm Painting painting

Wild Painting Left Half (Wind God and Thunder God)

painted by Ogata Kōrin, Sakai Hōitsu, and Suzuki Kiitsu

How to spot the real Wild Painting Left Half

The god's skin should look white and not green

Real:

Real Wild Painting Left Half painting

Wild Painting Right Half (Wind God and Thunder God)

painted by Ogata Kōrin, Sakai Hōitsu, and Suzuki Kiitsu

How to spot the real Wild Painting Right Half

The god's skin should look green and not white

Real:

Real Wild Painting Right Half painting

Wistful Painting (Girl with a Pearl Earring)

painted by Johannes Vermeer

How to spot the real Wistful Painting

The young girl should have an pearl earing. Her earing should look round and not like a star. Her eyes should be open.

Real:

Real Wistful Painting painting

Fake:

Fake Wistful Painting painting

Worthy Painting (Liberty Leading the People)

painted by Eugène Delacroix

How to spot the real Worthy Painting

This painting is always real.

Real Worthy Painting painting

Ancient Statue (Dogū)

How to spot the real Ancient Statue

There are 2 fake Ancient Statues. The first fake Ancient Statue, has antennas on both sides of it's ear. The second fake Ancient Statue, has blue eyes. The real Ancient Statue, has neither blue eyes or antennas.

Real:

Real Ancient Statue statue

Beautiful Statue (Venus de Milo)

sculptured by Alexandros of Antioch

How to spot the real Beautiful Statue

In the real Beautiful Statue, her head should be facing down and she should not be wearing a necklace. The fake Beautiful Statue is wearing a necklace and has her head to the right.

Real:

Real Beautiful Statue statue

Fake:

Fake Beautiful Statue statue

Familiar Statue (The Thinker)

sculptured by Auguste Rodin

How to spot the real Familiar Statue

This statue is always real.

Real Familiar Statue statue

Gallant Statue (David)

sculptured by Michelangelo

How to spot the real Gallant Statue

In the real Gallant Statue, he is not holding a book. The fake Gallant Statue is is holding a book on his right hand side next to his waist.

Real:

Real Gallant Statue statue

Great Statue (Kamehameha I)

How to spot the real Great Statue

This statue is always real.

Real Great Statue statue

Informative Statue (Rosetta Stone)

How to spot the real Informative Statue

The real Informative Statue should be gray. The fake Informative Statue is blue.

Real:

Real Informative Statue statue

Fake:

Fake Informative Statue statue

Motherly Statue (Capitoline Wolf)

How to spot the real Motherly Statue

In the real Motherly Statue, the mother who is feeding the cubs does not have her tongue out. In the fake Motherly Statue, the mother has her tongue out.

Real:

Real Motherly Statue statue

Mystic Statue (Nefertiti Bust)

sculptured by Thutmose

How to spot the real Mystic Statue

In the real Mystic Statue, the head does not have a earing. In the fake Mystic Statue, she has an earing on her right ear.

Real:

Real Mystic Statue statue

Fake:

Fake Mystic Statue statue

Robust Statue (Discobolus)

sculptured by Myron

How to spot the real Robust Statue

In the real Robust Statue, he is not wearing a watch on his right hand. In the fake Robust Statue, he is wearing a watch on his right hand.

Real:

Real Robust Statue statue

Fake:

Fake Robust Statue statue

Rock-head Statue (Olmec colossal head)

How to spot the real Rock-head Statue

In the real Rock-head Statue, the head is not smiling. On the contrary, the fake Rock-head Statue is smiling.

Real:

Real Rock-head Statue statue

Fake:

Fake Rock-head Statue statue

Tremendous Statue (Houmuwu ding)

How to spot the real Tremendous Statue

In the real Tremendous Statue, there is no lid on the sacrificial vessel. In the fake Tremendous Statue, there is a lid on top of the sacrificial vessel.

Real:

Real Tremendous Statue statue

Valiant Statue (Winged Nike of Samothrace)

How to spot the real Valiant Statue

In the real Valiant Statue, her right leg is in front. In the fake Valiant Statue, her left leg is in front.

Real:

Real Valiant Statue statue

Fake:

Fake Valiant Statue statue

Warrior Statue (Terracotta Army General)

How to spot the real Warrior Statue

In the real Warrior Statue, he is not holding a sword. In the fake Warrior Statue, he is holding a sword.

Real:

Real Warrior Statue statue
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