There is a treasure trove of different characters that players can interact with in the world of Animal Crossing: New Horizons. One of these characters is Redd, who players can purchase art from to add to their collections at a museum or sell to gain some Bells. One of the paintings that Redd has available for sale is the Scary Painting. Fortunately, we have everything you need to know about the unique Scary Painting covered for you.
Scary Painting Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Players will find that the Scary Painting is a piece of art called Actor Otani Oniji III as the Yakko Edobei is a piece from the mysterious Japanese artist known as Sharaku. One of the exciting facts about Sharaku is that he was only active for around ten months between the years 1794 and 1795. This piece is currently displayed at the Tokyo National Museum and despite an actor during a performance.
Now, players could be hesitating to purchase this Scary Painting from Redd, considering the character is notorious for selling fake pieces of art. Players purchasing the Scary Painting from Redd in Animal Crossing: New Horizons should be wary. There is a phony version of this artwork in the title, so players will need to be on the lookout for the part of the fake version that will give away that it is the fake. This feature is that the man's eyebrows are pointing upward instead of down. The real version has the man's eyebrows pointing downward.
There is no doubt that the Scary piece of art in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which depicts the piece called Actor Otani Oniji III as the Yakko Edobei from Sharaku, is one of the rarest and most visually appealing pieces of art in the game. Those looking for an excellent addition to their museum would be unwise to pass by the opportunity to acquire this piece of art and have it shown off in their museum for visitors to view.
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