Moving Painting (New Horizons)
|Buy price||Sell price|
|4,980 Bells||1,245 Bells|
2.0 × 1.5
|Obtain via|| Jolly Redd's Treasure Trawler|
Any villager (mailbox)
|Customize||No customization options.|
|HHA themes||Expensive / European|
|Former HHA themes||Facility|
|In other games|
|Animal Crossing (Moving Painting)|
Wild World (Moving Painting)
Names in other languages
- "A painting of the Roman goddess Venus riding a scallop shell after being born in the ocean. The name Botticelli is said to actually be a nickname given to the artist's brother, who was built like a barrel. Why this nickname was transferred between siblings is a mystery lost to the ages."
- — Art description
The Moving Painting is a wall-mounted item in Animal Crossing: New Horizons introduced in the 1.2.0 April Free Update. In addition to walls, it can be placed on the floor, being displayed on an easel. As a painting, it can be donated to the museum. It also has a forgery version that cannot be donated or sold. The artwork depicts The Birth of Venus, drawn circa 1485 by Italian artist Sandro Botticelli.
No villagers have this item in their home.
In the designing process of Happy Home Paradise, Merry requires this item to be placed in or outside their vacation home.