Animal Crossing Art - Complete List of ACNH Paintings and Statues

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Part of completing the museum on the island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is collecting all of the artwork through Redd. However, this can be difficult to do as Redd will sell both fake and real coins. We'll go over all the different paintings and statues, as well as how to tell the real ones from the fake ones. If there is no counterfeit, we will just review the actual name of each part.

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All paintings to collect

Academic Painting

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It's Leonardo da Vinci's Vitruvian Man. The fake will have coffee cup stains in the upper right corner.

amazing painting

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This is Rembrandt's The Night Watch. To find out which one is wrong, check the man in front of the board. If it doesn't have a black hat, it's a fake.

Basic painting

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This painting is The Blue Boy by Thomas Gainsborough. The fake will have a full set of straight cut bangs.

calm painting

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It's A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat.

common painting

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This is Les Gleaners by Jean-François Millet.

Detailed painting

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This painting is The Rooster and Hen with Hydrangeas by Itou Jakuchuu. The fake has purple flowers and the real one has blue.


Dynamic painting

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Voici La Grande Vague de Kanagawa de Katsushika Hokusai.

famous painting

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Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci. The fake will have high arched eyebrows.

Floral painting

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The flower painting is Sunflowers by Vincent van Gogh.

glowing paint

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Voici The Fighting Temeraire de Joseph Mallord William Turner.

graceful painting

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This is Beauty Looking Back by Hishikawa Moronobu. The real one has the figure occupying two-thirds of the painting and looking back. The two counterfeits include one that looks into the future and another that takes up the entire board space.

cheerful painting

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This painting is Summer by Giuseppe Arcimboldo. To find out if this is the real thing, check the character's chest. The real one will have a flower coming out of his chest.

moody painting

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This is The Sower by Jean-Francios Millet.

Painting in motion

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This is Botticelli's version of The Birth of Venus. Players can tell which one is wrong by looking behind the woman on the right side of the board. The real one will have a tree behind it.


mysterious painting

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The mysterious painting is Arnold Bocklin's Isle of the Dead.

nice painting

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This is Edouard Manet's Fifer.

Perfect painting

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The perfect painting is Apples and Oranges by Paul Cézanne.

Appropriate painting

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This is Le Bar des Foiles-Bergère by Edouard Manet.

picturesque painting

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This painting is The Milk Maid by Johannes Vermeer. To tell right from wrong, look at the amount of milk she pours. In the real thing, she just pours a dribble from her pitcher.

creepy painting

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This is the Portrait of Ootani Oniji III as Yakko Edobei by Tooshuusai Sharaku. To find out which one is wrong, examine the eyebrows. The real one will have their inner eyebrows angled down in an angry expression.

scenic painting

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The scenic painting is Hunters in the Snow by Pieter Bruegel the Elder. To tell right from wrong, count the hunters. There should be two in the lower left corner.

serene painting

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This is Leonardo da Vinci's Lady with an Ermine. The real one will have an all-white ermine in her hands. Any other coloring is false.


Shipwreck painting

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The flowing painting is Ophelia by John Everett Millais.


solemn painting

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This is Las Meninas by Diego Velázquez. There are more paintings in this painting that players will need to pay attention to. This is a much more subtle difference, with the figure in the upper right painting being the focal point. He should hold back a curtain.

Glitter paint

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The shimmering painting is Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh.

Warm paint

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Here is La Maja dressed by Francisco de Goya.

Savage painting (left half)

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He is the god of wind and thunder of Ogata Koorin. Players can tell right from wrong by the color of the creature. His skin should be white.

Savage Painting (right half)

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The other half of the god of wind and thunder. On this side, the creature should be dark green instead of white.

melancholy painting

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This is the Girl with a Pearl Earring from Vermeer. It will be easy to identify by simply checking the earring. It should be a circular bead and no other shape.

worthy painting

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This is Liberty Leading the People by Eugène Delacroix.

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All Collectible Statues

Antique statues

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This is the Shakouki dogu clay figurine from 1-000 BC. To spot the fake, look at the helmet. It shouldn't have antennae.

Beautiful statues

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The Venus de Milo by Alexander of Antioch. To distinguish this statue from the fake, examine the neck area. She should have nothing around her neck.

Familiar Statue

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This is Auguste Rodin's The Thinker.

Gallant statues

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This is Michelangelo's statue of David. The fake will carry a book under its left arm.

Great statues

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This statue is of King Kamehameha I by Thomas Ridgeway Gould.

statue informative

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The Rosetta Stone of 196 BC. Players can easily spot the fake from the real one, as the fake will be bright blue.

maternal statue

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It is the Capitoline wolf of the 11-12th century. Check the mouth to know if it is fake or not. The fake will have its tongue stuck out.

mystical statue

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The bust of Nefertiti. Players can quickly spot the fake as it will be wearing a dangling earring.

Robust Statue

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This is the Discobolus of Myron from 460 to 450 BC. The fake is easily spotted because he wears a wristwatch.

rock head statue

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The Olmec colossal head from 900 BC. Players can tell fake from real by looking at her lips. The fake will smile.

huge statue

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It is Houmuwu Ding from 1600 to 1046 BC. The fake is easy to see thanks to its odd handle in the center of the lid.

valiant statue

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The Winged Victory of Samothrace Nike of Samothrace from the XNUMXnd century BC. The fake version is reversed from the real one with the dress draped over the right shoulder instead of the left.

warrior statue

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This is a terracotta soldier from 210-209 BC. Another fake that's easy to spot, just check the soldier's hands. The scythe will seize the sword in the stone.

Under the real boss of the arts, players will receive Nook Miles for each stage of their collection. With an artwork, players will receive the Shady Seller title and earn 300 Nook Miles. At 10 works of art, they will receive the Discerning Aficionado title and 500 miles. Then, at 20 coins, they will receive the Bold Artistic Statement title and 1 miles.

However, on the other hand, when players buy a fake artwork and try to turn it into Blathers, they will receive a different achievement. This will grant the Faked Out! achievement with the title Plausible Fake and 500 Nook Miles.

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