Animal Crossing: New Horizons is an amazing life simulation. The player finds himself on an island where he must survive, find food, build, and much more. The game is very filled with various activities, you can even collect artistic masterpieces. But beware of fakes.

Quaint Painting Real vs. Fake

At a certain point in the game, players will come across Jolly Redd’s Treasure Trawler. And there you will be able to purchase various paintings that are undeniable masterpieces. But Animal Crossing: New Horizons is not as simple and harmless as it might seem. After all, many paintings in the game have two versions, the original and the fake. Moreover, the fakes are made of very high quality, which makes searching the original a difficult challenge.

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Speaking of Quaint Painting, this painting also has two versions. And at first glance, they are indistinguishable. You need to pay attention to the jug that the woman is holding in her hands. To be more precise, you have to see what exactly she pours. If you see a woman pouring a lot of milk, then this picture is fake. However, if it pours little milk and the stream is thin, then it is an original and you can buy it without a twinge of conscience.

By the way, this picture exists in the real world. It was painted by Johannes Vermeer in 1600. The original painting is called The Milkmaid.

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