Bernard de Hoog (born in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 1866, died in The Hague, the Netherlands, 1943) was a Dutch painter of the Hague School. He was a portraitist with a realistic, figurative style. He studied with J.F. Hulk and J.C. van Essen at the Quellinus school in Amsterdam. His paintings were readily exported around the world specially to the US, Canada, and England. His popular scenes were exhibited and sold at many provincial and National galleries. De Hoog died at the Hague in 1943.