With the inclusion of Redd as a brand new NPC in Animal Crossing New Horizons, players can now access a new art gallery in their museum and purchase art from Redd himself to fill out the new exhibition. The catch is that Redd can sometimes sell you fake art as well, and you’ll need to know how to spot the difference. Here’s everything you need to know about the Flowery Painting in Animal Crossing New Horizons.
How to Get the Flowery Painting in Animal Crossing New Horizons
Just like all other pieces of art in the game, the Flowery Painting can only be purchased from Redd himself at a price of 4,980 Bells, or obtained from other players who might be kind enough to drop it for you.
Every week, there’s a chance of Redd appearing at the north beach of your island, and you can enter his trawler to check out what he has for sale. His catalog is random each time, so there’s a chance that the Flowery Painting could be up for sale. If it is, just examine it and purchase it. Redd will then deliver it to your mailbox the next day.
Real and Fake Differences
Of course, you need to be careful when purchasing the Flowery Painting from Redd as there’s a chance that he could be peddling fakes. With the Flowery Painting, the main thing to look out for is the location of the ‘Vincent’ signature.
If it’s on the left side of the pot, it’s genuine. If it’s anywhere else, it’s a fake. This painting is based off of Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers.
As far as we can tell, the Flowery Painting does not seem to have any scary or spooky effects like some of the other fake art pieces that Redd sells in Animal Crossing New Horizons, so you don’t have to worry about that.
That’s all you need to know about the Flowery Painting in Animal Crossing New Horizons. Be sure to check our guide wiki for more tips and information on the game.
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