Finally our little fox Jolly Redd has come back to Animal Crossing: New Horizons, getting with him the furniture and art.
Like the previous games, Redd will sell the real artworks and forgeries. Keeping in mind the real ones can be donated while the fake ones can’t. This time Redd will have four art pieces in his boat, as well as two furniture pieces.
Below is the list of all 43 art pieces which you can find and donate. After you have bought the art from Redd, it will be mailed to you the next day.
Complete List of Paintings In Animal Crossing: New Horizons
- Serene Painting
- Warm Painting
- Wistful Painting
- Academic Painting
- Graceful Painting
- Calm Painting
- Flowery Painting
- Jolly Painting
- Moody Painting
- Famous Painting
- Scary Painting
- Dynamic Painting
- Scenic Painting
- Moving Painting
- Amazing Painting
- Quaint Painting
- Solemn Painting
- Basic Painting
- Worthy Painting
- Glowing Painting
- Common Painting
- Sinking Painting
- Nice Painting
- Proper Painting
- Mysterious Painting
- Twinkling Painting
- Perfect Painting
- Wild Painting Left Half
- Wild Painting Right Half
- Detailed Painting
Complete List of Statues In Animal Crossing: New Horizons
- Warrior Statue
- Motherly Statue
- Beautiful Statue
- Familiar Statue
- Robust Statue
- Gallant Statue
- Informative Statue
- Rock-head Statue
- Ancient Statue
- Tremendous Statue
- Valiant Statue
- Mystic Statue
- Great Statue
How To Identify Which Artworks Of Redd Are Fake And Which Are Real?
(LADY WITH AN ERMINE BY LEONARDO DA VINCI)
In the fake version of the artwork, the ermine should have raccoon-like circles around its eyes. While the real one will be of a woman holding an all-white ermine in the artwork.
(THE CLOTHED MAJA BY FRANCISCO DE GOYA)
The warm painting has always been genuine. One of the real artworks.
(GIRL WITH A PEARL EARRING BY JOHANNES VERMEER)
In the real version the subject has a pearl earring. Whereas in the other two fake versions the subject has a star-shaped earring. One of the portraits will have closed eyes.
(VITRUVIAN MAN BY LEONARDO DA VINCI)
Easy to spot the fake version. The painting should have a coffee stain in the corner of the portrait.
(BEAUTY LOOKING BACK BY HISHIKAWA MORONOBU)
The real version of artwork will have a white tag near her hair. While the fake one will not have the tag. Also, you should notice the woman will appear to be larger in the fake version. Another version will have her looking to the left.
(A SUNDAY AFTERNOON ON THE ISLAND OF LA GRANDE JATTE BY GEORGES SEURAT)
Calm Painting is always real.
(SUNFLOWERS BY VINCENT VAN GOGH)
The Flowery Painting is real too always.
(SUMMER BY GIUSEPPE ARCIMBOLDO)
The fake painting should have the sprout missing on the subject’s chest.
(THE SOWER BY JEAN-FRANÇOIS MILLET)
Moddy painting is always real.
(THE MONA LISA BY LEONARDO DA VINCI)
The fake version will have weird looking fake eyebrows.
(ŌTANI ONIJI THE 3RD AS YAKKO EDOBEI BY TŌSHŪSAI SHARAKU)
The real version has the subject looking angry while the fake version will have sad-looking eyebrows. There’s another fake version with sad eyebrows with a smile.
(THIRTY-SIX VIEWS OF MOUNT FUJI THE GREAT WAVE OFF KANAGAWA BY KATSUSHIKA HOKUSAI)
Dynamic painting is always real.
(THE HUNTERS IN THE SNOW BY PIETER BRUEGEL THE ELDER)
The fake version of the Scenic Painting will be missing a hunter and some dogs.
(THE BIRTH OF VENUS BY SANDRO BOTTICELLI)
In the fake version of artwork the trees will be missing in the top right.
(THE NIGHT WATCH BY REMBRANDT VAN RIJN)
The fake version will have the man in the middle of the Amazing Painting missing his hat.
(THE MILKMAID BY JOHANNES VERMEER)
In the fake painting the woman is seen pouring much more amount of milk than the real version of the painting.
(LAS MENINAS BY DIEGO VELÁZQUEZ)
In the fake painting the man in the background of Solemn painting can be seen raising his hand more than he has in the real version.
(THE BLUE BOY BY THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH)
The boy can be seen with more hair in the fake version of Basic Painting.
(LIBERTY LEADING THE PEOPLE BY EUGÈNE DELACROIX)
Another in the list of the real paintings. Worth Painting is always real and genuine.
(THE FIGHTING TEMERAIRE BY JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM TURNER)
The Glowing Painting is always real.
(THE GLEANERS BY JEAN-FRANÇOIS MILLET)
Common Painting is always real.
(OPHELIA BY JOHN EVERETT MILLAIS)
The Sinking Painting is always real.
(THE FIFER BY ÉDOUARD MANET)
Nice Painting is always real too.
(A BAR AT THE FOLIES-BERGÈRE BY ÉDOUARD MANET)
Even Proper Painting is always genuine.
(ISLE OF THE DEAD BY ARNOLD BÖCKLIN)
Mysterious Painting is always genuine.
(THE STARRY NIGHT BY VINCENT VAN GOGH)
Twinkling Painting is genuine too always.
(APPLES AND ORANGES BY PAUL CÉZANNE)
The Perfect Painting is always real too.
Wild Painting Left Half
(FOLDING SCREEN OF FŪJIN AND RAIJIN BY TAWARAYA SŌTATSU)
The real version has the Wild Painting Left Half in white colour. While the fake one has it in green.
(AJISAI SŌKEIZU BY ITŌ JAKUCHŪ)
The fake version has purple foliage instead of blue and a signature is also missing on the left side.
(TERRACOTTA WARRIOR BY UNKNOWN)
The fake version should be holding a shovel. While the real statue doesn’t hold anything.
(CAPTOLINE WOLF BY UNKNOWN)
The fake version should have a tongue sticking out of the wolf’s mouth in the Motherly Statue.
(VENUS DE MILO BY ALEXANDROS OF ANTIOCH)
The fake version of the statue can be seen wearing a necklace.
(DISCOBOLUS BY UNKNOWN)
The fake statue should be seen wearing a watch on his arm.
(DAVID BY MICHELANGELO)
The fake statue can be seen holding a book.
(ROSETTA STONE BY UNKNOWN)
The fake Informative Statue is blue in colour.
(JŌMON PERIOD “DOGŪ” FIGURINE SHAKŌKI-DOGŪ BY UNKNOWN)
The fake Ancient statue will have two antennas on both sides of its head. Also, it may have glowing blue eyes.
(HOUMUWU DING BY UNKNOWN)
The fake version has a lid of the statue.
(BUST OF NEFERTITI BY THUTMOSE)
The fake Mystic Statue should have an earring on the right of its ear.
(OLMEC COLOSSAL HEAD BY UNKNOWN)
The fake Rock-Head Statue will be seen smiling.
(NIKE OF SAMOTHRACE BY UNKNOWN)
The real version of the statue will have the right leg forward.
(KING KAMEHAMEHA I BY THOMAS RIDGEWAY GOULD)
This statue is always real.
(THE THINKER BY AUGUSTE RODIN)
This statue is always real.