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Graceful Painting Info: Real vs Fake Comparison

Animal Crossing: New Horizons (ACNH) - Graceful Painting

The Graceful Painting is one of the 40 paintings with a forgery in Animal Crossing: New Horizons (ACNH). Use our guide to spot the fake with our comparison image below!

Graceful Painting Real and Fake Comparison

How to Spot Fakes

Spotting the Fake
The head is in the center of the painting, and not reaching the top edge of the scroll.

The difference can sometimes be hard to spot in the darkness of Redd's Trawler, so we recommend zooming in as much as possible on the area in the red circle.

How to Get the Graceful Painting

The best way to get the Graceful Painting is to buy it from the Treasure Trawler! Check out our guide so you get the real one every time:

How to Get Art from the Treasure Trawler

Graceful Painting Museum Description

Artwork Image
Image of Graceful Painting
Artwork Title Beauty Looking Back
Artist Hishikawa Moronobu
Museum Description A hand-painted piece by Hishikawa Moronobu, an artist known for popularizing the ukiyo-e style. This stirring painting depicts a fashionable woman glancing back over her shoulder.

The Graceful Painting is based on the actual artwork, Beauty Looking Back by Hishikawa Moronobu. You can buy the art from the Treasure Trawler or Harv's Island for 4,980 Bells.

This painting is not always genuine, so be aware of fakes. Check out the image above to find the real artwork!

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Worthy Painting Moody Painting
Flowery Painting Warm Painting
Amazing Painting Detailed Painting
Nice Painting Perfect Painting
Famous Painting Wistful Painting
Jolly Painting Dynamic Painting
Common Painting Quaint Painting
Scenic Painting Proper Painting
Wild Painting Right Half Scary Painting
Calm Painting Graceful Painting
Solemn Painting Serene Painting
Academic Painting Sinking Painting
Moving Painting Wild Painting Left Half
Twinkling Painting Glowing Painting

Redd's Art Guide: Fake vs. Real Art


2 Anonymousover 1 year

Tysm for this, I couldn’t tell what the difference was

1 Anonymousover 2 years

it's the same picture, just one's partially zoomed in and has a circle drawn on it, the forgery is looking in the other direction.

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