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Redd's Gallery is infamous for selling fake art, so how will you be able to tell the difference between the real and the fakes? Below are tables of the various statues and paintings you can buy from him, listed alphabetically, so you can find the differences and choose correctly to expand your artwork collection.

Paintings • Statues

Paintings

Title (Alphabetically) Picture of Painting How to Tell if it's Fake

Amazing Painting

"The Night Watch"  (Rembrandt)

AmazingPainting

If the man in white is on the left, it is fake. If the man in black is on the left, it is genuine.

Basic Painting

"Blue Boy"

(Thomas Gainsborough)

BasicPainting
If both of his arms are bent, it is fake. If only his left arm is bent, it is genuine.

Calm Painting

"A Sunday Afternoon on the 'island of La Grande Jatte" 

(George Seurat)

CalmPainting
This painting is always genuine.

Common Painting

"The Gleaners"

(Jean-François Millet)

CommonPainting
This painting is always genuine.

Dynamic Painting

"Great Wave of Kanagawa"

(Hokusai)

DynamicPainting
If Mt. Fuji in the background is incredibly large, it is fake. If the mountain is small, it is genuine.

Famous Painting

"Mona Lisa"

(Leonardo Da Vinci)

FamousPainting
If her fingers are pointed to the bottom left, it is fake. If her fingers are pointed to the right, it is genuine.

Fine Painting

"Arearea"

(Paul Gaugin)

FinePainting
This painting is always genuine.

Flowery Painting

"Sunflowers"

(Vincent Van Gogh)

FloweryPainting
This painting is always genuine.

Graceful Painting

"Beauty Looking Back"

(Hishikawa Moronobu)

GracefulPainting
If she's looking to the left, it is fake. If she is looking to the right, as pictured, it is a genuine piece of art.

Jolly Painting

"Summer"

(Giuseppe Arcimboldo)

JollyPainting
If the portrait's nose is made out of a carrot and there are leaves hanging, it is fake. If the nose is made of a green vegetable, it is genuine.

Moody Painting

"The Sower"

(Jean-François Millet)

MoodyPainting

This painting is always genuine.

Moving Painting

"The Birth of Venus"

(Sandro Botticelli)

MovingPainting
If the shell on the bottom is upside down and appears closed, it is fake. If the shell is open and right side up, it is genuine.

Neutral Painting

"Basket of Fruit"

(Caravaggio)

NeutralPainting
If the leaf on the top left has a hole in it, it is fake. If the leaf is clean, it is genuine.

Nice Painting

"Young Flautist"

(Édouard Manet)

NicePainting
This painting is always genuine.

Perfect Painting

"Apples and Oranges"

(Paul Cézanne)

PerfectPainting
This painting is always genuine.

Proper Painting

"A Bar at the Foiles-Bergère"

(Édouard Manet)

ProperPainting
This painting is always genuine.

Quaint Painting

"The Milkmaid"

(Johannes Vermeer)

QuaintPainting
If the woman isn't wearing a hat, it is fake. If the woman is wearing a white bonnet, it is genuine.

Scary Painting

"Otani Oniji II"

(Toshusai Sharaku)

ScaryPainting
If one finger is pointed out on both of his hands, it is fake. If all of his fingers are out, it is genuine.

Scenic Painting

     "The Hunters         in the Snow"

(Pieter Bruegel)

ScenicPainting
This painting is always genuine.

Serene Painting

"Lady with an Ermine"

(Leonardo Da Vinci)

SerenePainting
If the woman in the painting is holding a white cat, it is fake. If she is holding a white ermine, it is genuine.

Solemn Painting

"Las Meninas"

(Diego Velasquez)

SolemnPainting
If the blonde girl in the middle is very tall, it is fake. If she is shorter, as seen to the left, it is genuine.

Warm Painting

"The Clothed Maja"

(Francisco Goya)

WarmPainting
This painting is always genuine.

Wild Painting

"Wind God and  Thunder God"

(Tawaraya Sotatsu)

WildPainting
If the dark God is on the left and the white God is on the right, it is a fake. If the dark God is on the right and the white God is on the left, it is genuine.

Wistful Painting

     "Girl with a       Pearl Earring"

(Johannes Vermeer)

WistfulPainting
If her bonnet is red, it is fake. If her bonnet is blue, it is genuine.

Worthy Painting

 "Liberty Leading     the People"

(Eugène Delacroix)

WorthyPainting
This painting is always genuine.

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Statues

Title (Alphabetically)    

Picture of Statue How to Tell if it's Fake

Ancient Statue

"Dogū"

(Unknown)

AncientSculpture
If the statue's eyes are opened, it is fake. If the statue's eyes are closed, it is genuine.

Beautiful Statue

"Venus de Milo" 

 (Alexandros of Antioch)

BeautifulStatue
If her hair is to her shoulders, it is fake. If her hair only just covers her ears, it is genuine.

Gallant Statue

"David"

(Michaelangelo)

GallantStatue
If there is a cloth hanging down the right side of his shoulders, it is fake. If his right sholder is bare, it is genuine.

Great Statue

"Kamehameha I"

(Thomas Ridgeway       Gould)        

GreatStatue
If his palm is completely flat, it is fake. If the tips of his fingers are curling upward, it is genuine.

Motherly Statue

"Captoline Wolf"

(Unknown)

MotherlyStatue
If there is only one boy under the wolf, it is fake. If there are two boys, it is genuine.

Mystic Statue

"Bust of Nefertiti"

(Thutmose)

MysticStatue
If the top of her head is round at the top (spherical) it is fake. If her head is flat at the top (cylindrical) it is genuine. 

Robust Statue

"Discobolus of Myron"

(Unknown)

RobustStatue
If he is holding a lumpy object, it is fake. If he is holding a smooth disk, it is genuine.

Valiant Statue

"Nike of Samothrace"

(Unknown)

ValiantStatue
If the statue has bat-like wings, it is fake. If it has angel-like wings, it is genuine.

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