… that in the German version the paintings are well-defined whether they are fake or real?
I know it’s a little bit unfair to all those English players, but instead of having an expression for the paintings like warm painting or lovely painting, all the paintings in the German version have got their real painter names like Goya or Renoir. And when Redd’s offers a fake painting in his tent he uses other names like Slevogt or Liebermann or Claudius, which are also painters, but they’re not listed in the catalogue. So once you know all the right names it’s easy-peasy for us Germans to say if the paintings are fake or not.
Ok, I’ll give you a list of all available paintings in ACWW:
The famous and fine painting are the only paintings which have to be bought at Nook (he offers it as a spotlight product). At Redd you pay the double price (3920) while Nook sells it for 1960 bells.
I don’t know if Redd tells you in the English version always the appropiate name of the paintings so that you haven’t got any chance to tell if it’s fake or not, I would appreciate it if you tell me of your experience (perhaps Nook is just saying another name of it, too? Like instead of amazing painting he tells you it’s a perfect one? I would like to know that 😉 )
But anyway, the best way to achieve all paintings in a quick and safe way is to order that ones, what you have got already in your museum at Nook and to trade them with other peoples, in my opinion. 🙂
Btw, I think next month I’ll order all available paintings from my catalogue and put them in my town somewhere so that my visitors can touch them all to have them in their catalogue. So you can order all your missing paintings after that in your town. ^^