Bernard de Hoog

Bernard de Hoog was a genre portrait artist working at the turn of the century. He was born in Amsterdam, Holland and studied under J.F Hulk and J.C van Essen at the Quellinus school in Amsterdam. His Popular scenes were exhibited and sold at many provincial and National galleries. He produced many of the most endearing images of interior scenes. Looking back at life during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries De Hoog followed the Hague School, primarily a movement of realism, a reaction against the previous mood of romanticism. He advocated for the simple country life, a happy and innocent atmosphere where children play a major part.

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Artist origin: 
International
Artist type: 
Historical works of significance
Born: 
1867
Died: 
1943

 

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