Genshin Impact Guide: How to Get Vermeer's Paintbrush

Find the exact locations of the Vermeer's paintbursh during the Luhua Landscape quest with the the help of this guide to Genshin Impact.

One of the most rewarding world quests in Genshin Impact is the Luhua Landscape quest, which offers players three chests as a reward for finding the the renowned artist Vermeer's paintbrush.

In order to start the quest you need to talk to Vermeer at Luhua Pool, and it is recommended to start this quest at least at Level 30. He will ask you to bring back his tools, which will allow you to unlock the way into the Luhua ruins that contain the reward chests.

Vermeer's Paintbrush Locations

There are two Vermeer's paintbrush locations, which can be found on the opposite sides of the Luhua Pool (see the map above for the exact spots).

There you will find two backpacks filled with paints and paintbrushes. Take both of them and bring them back to Vermeer.

This will allow you to proceed with the rest of the Luhua landscape quest.

Defeat Abyss Mages

After talking to Vermeer you need to investigate the stone markers on the terrace ponds. These strange stones you will find need to be inserted into the two statues at Luhua Pool.

Then, use a Geo skill (Noelle's shield will do in a pinch) to activate the central monument of the ruins at Luhua Pool. This will open up the doors into the ruins.

Inside the ruins you will face three abyss bosses:

  • Cryo Mage
  • Hydro Mage
  • Pyro Mage

Defeat all three of them and collect the loot from the three chests that will be unlocked as a reward of the ruins.

That's all you need to know on how to get Vermeer's paintbrush. If this guide was helpful, consider checking out our other Genshin Impact tips articles, which include lists on best weapons, best characters, and best team compositions, as well as a tier list guide on best artifacts!


Sergey has been a freelancer in the video games industry for more than five years, writing for various publications around the world. His favorite games are MtG, Dark Souls, Diablo, and Divinity: Original Sin.

Published Oct. 13th 2020

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