Dishonored sokolov painting locations guide

Mission 3: House of Pleasure

Sokolov Painting 3-1

For the first painting, enter the Art Dealer’s building in the Distillery District—the door is located next to Griff atop the stairs—and at the top of the first set of stairs, on the second will be a self-portrait of Sokolov called “Light along the Inverse Curve”. Note that you need to get the key to the Art Dealers building first from the woman you save from thugs atop the stairs at the left end of the lower alley in the Distillery District.

Sokolov Painting 3-2

Once you grab the first painting, head up the stairs again to the third floor and you will see some guards trying to open a large safe door. Directly across from them, in the room to the right will be the next painting entitled “Daud and the Parabola of Lost Seasons”.

Sokolov Painting 3-3

For the final painting, when you are in the Golden Cat, you can shock the Art Dealer who is strapped to a chair to get the combination for the safe that is located on the third floor of his apartment building. Once you have the code, return to his building and use the code 879 to open the large safe door. Once inside, the painting “Custis, Morgan, and the Postulate Child”, will be directly in front of you .

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