Guide: All Paintings And Statues In Animal Crossing New Horizons And How To Tell They Are Real

Guide: All Paintings And Statues In Animal Crossing New Horizons And How To Tell They Are Real

In the latest Animal Crossing: New Horizons update, players could now visit Redd and purchase paintings and statues from him.

But, as you know, not every painting and statue from Redd is real, and fake works of art aren’t accepted by Blathers at all. So if you want to figure out which work of art is real or fake, check out the guide below:

Statues

Motherly Statue – Capitoline Wolf

Fake statue has a tongue:

Gallant Statue – David (Michelangelo)

Fake statue is holding cloth in its right hand:

Robust Statue – Discobulus

Fake statue has some sort of band around its wrist:

Ancient Statue – Jōmon Period “Dogū” Figurine Shakōki-dogū

Fake statue has some antenna ears:

Warrior Statue – Terracotta Army

Fake statue is holding onto a shovel:

Tremendous Statue – Houmuwu Ding

Fake statue has a lid:

Beautiful Statue – Venus de Milo

Fake statue seems to have some sort of necklace around its neck:

Rock-head Statue – Olmec Colossal Head

Fake statue has a slight smile:

Informative Statue – Rosetta Stone

Fake statue is blue:

Valiant Statue – Nike of Samothrace

The angle and positioning seems to be a little different for the fake statue:

Paintings

Detailed Painting – Ajisai Sōkeizu (Itō Jakuchū)

Fake painting’s leaves are purple:

Moving Painting – The Birth of Venus (Sandro Botticelli)

Fake painting lacking trees at top right corner:

Basic Painting – The Blue Boy (Thomas Gainsborough)

Boy has long hair in fake painting:

Serene Painting – Lady with an Ermine (Leonardo da Vinci)

Different animal in fake painting:

Wild Painting (left half, right half) – Folding Screen of Fūjin and Raijin (Tawaraya Sōtatsu)

Fake painting’s Fuujin has a lighter skin color.

Scenic Painting – The Hunters in the Snow (Pieter Brueghel the Elder)

Fake painting missing one hunter and a few dogs:

Solemn Painting – Las Meninas (Diego Velázquez)

Man at the door waves in fake painting:

Graceful painting – Beauty Looking Back (Hishikawa Moronobu)

Size of the lady in the fake painting is larger than the real one:

Quaint Painting – The Milkmaid (Johannes Vermeer)

More milk poured in fake painting:

Famous Painting – Mona Lisa (Leonardo da Vinci)

Eyebrows arch upwards in fake painting:

Amazing Painting – The Night Watch (Rembrandt van Rijn)

Man in center not wearing a hat in fake:

Scary Painting – Ōtani Oniji the 3rd as Yakko Edobei (Tōshūsai Sharaku)

Eyebrows frowning downwards in fake painting:

Wistful Painting – Girl with a Pearl Earring (Johannes Vermeer)

Girl wears star earring in fake:

Wild Painting (left half, right half) – Folding Screen of Fūjin and Raijin (Tawaraya Sōtatsu)

Skin color of the Raijin is darker in the fake than the real one:

Jolly Painting – Summer (Giuseppe Arcimboldo)

Fake lacks extra ornament on the chest:

Academic Painting – Vitruvian Man (Leonardo da Vinci)

Fake painting includes a coffee stain on its right corner: