Dishonored Sokolov Paintings Locations Guide

Sokolov Paintings are your ticket to get rich quick. Each Sokolov Painting is worth 300 coins and finding them all with this Dishonored Sokolov Paintings Locations guide will give you just enough to complete your main objective in the game.

These paintings are hidden throughout Dunwall, and you can find them during your missions. Collecting all these paintings will not only make your rich, but also unlock Art Dealer achievement or trophy.

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Dishonored Sokolov Paintings Locations

Mission 2: High Overseer Campbell

Sokolov Painting #1
Location. Before going through the door to the backyard to meet Samuel, look at your right to find another door leading to Kennels.

Go through that door and follow the stairs to the bottom. You will find a bust of Holger in the corner. Pressing the eye on the bust will open a door to the right revealing Campbell’s Secret Chamber. You will find ‘The Isometry of High Overseer Thaddeus Campbell’ painting on your right as you enter the secret chamber.

Mission 3: House of Pleasure

Sokolov Painting #2
Location. Enter the Art Dealer’s building in the Distillery District. Look for self-portrait of Sokolov ‘Light along the Inverse Curve’ on the second floor, hanging on the wall beside two enemies.

To enter Art Dealer’s building, you will need a key. You can get it from the woman you save from the thugs by the stairs at the left of the lower alley in Distillery District.

Sokolov Painting #3
Location. Go to the third floor of Art Dealer’s building and you will come across guards trying to open a large safe door. Look directly across from them, in the room to the right for this painting ‘Daud and the Parabola of Lost Seasons’.

Sokolov Painting #4
Location. This might feel like a drag but it is one of the harder to get paintings in the game. Head down the alley at the start of the chapter and help the lady retrieve the key.

After that, go to the Golden Cat and get the art dealer to spill the safe combination. Once you have done these two tasks, go inside Art Dealer’s apartment, and unlock the safe on the third floor to find ‘Custis, Morgan, and the Postulate Child’ Sokolov painting.

Mission 4: The Royal Physician

Sokolov Painting #5
Location. At the end of the mission, look for this painting ‘The Obtuse Argument of Lady Boyle’ on the first floor of Sokolov’s house, in the middle of the room.

Mission 5: Lady Boyle’s Last Party

Sokolov Painting #6
Location. You will find this painting ‘The Spymaster’s Axis of Asymmetry’ on the second floor of Boyle Mansion. You can use balcony to get there and then search around the rooms to find this painting.

Sokolov Painting #7
Location. It is a portrait of a woman ‘Vera Moray and the Affix of Her Skin’ and you will find it in the gallery, on the second floor of Boyle Mansion.

Mission 6: Return to the Tower

Sokolov Painting #8
Location. Look for a music room with a large piano at the far end near Lord Regent’s room on the second floor. You will find the painting inside that room above the fireplace on the left.

Mission 7: The Flooded District

Sokolov Painting #9
Location. Before going to refinery, look for this painting on the third floor of the building. You can blink up to the balcony and enter to find the painting in the corner in front of a Weeper.

Sokolov Painting #10
Location. After dealing with Daud and retrieving the key from him, return to the beginning of his hideout to unlock a set of double doors to the right of the window where you entered. After unlocking, look for a chain in the center of the room leading downwards. Follow the chain halfway down to a landing and look at this painting.

Sokolov Painting #11
Location. When you find Granny Rags and Slackjaw in the sewers, take the stairs on either side of the room leading to a small room with painting ‘The Outsider and the Circumscribed Void’.

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