Jolly Redd, an NPC in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, brings a collection of furniture and art with him to sell to you. Each time he visits, he will offer four art pieces and two pieces of furniture. You can donate genuine artwork to the Museum; a bonus for players who want to complete the entire collection.
But, there’s a catch! Jolly Redd doesn’t always sell genuine artwork. In fact, he will try and fob you off with fake artwork that the Museum will not accept. Instead of wasting your money, you can see what artwork is real or fake in Animal Crossing: New Horizons by spotting the differences.
What is the Moody Painting in Animal Crossing?
The Moody Painting is a take on Millet’s The Sower painting. This isn’t actually the first time it’s appeared in Animal Crossing. In fact, you can find it in City Folk, New Leaf, and New Horizons.
With a purchase price of 4,980 gold coins, you definitely don’t want to be fooled into getting a fake Moody Painting in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The good news; the Moody Painting will only ever be genuine! You cannot purchase a fake Moody Painting, so if you see it on Jolly Redd’s Treasure Trawler, you should definitely purchase it.
What happens to the Moody Painting once it’s donated?
Once you donate the Moody Painting in Animal Crossing: New Horizons to Blathers, it will be displayed in the museum. He will accept it since it’s always a genuine painting, so you can add it to your collection!