Hans Droog

 
 
 

0

0

0

0

0

 
 
Hans Droog

Hans Droog

Hermann, MO

Facebook
Twitter
Google+
StumbleUpon
Pinterest

Hans Droog lives in the scenic Hermann area, the so-called Wine Country of
rural Missouri, where he paints large, highly detailed works in oil of farm life, wildlife and
farm animals. These amazingly realistic depictions have led to commissions by serious
collectors and notable companies including Anheuser-Busch, Ralston Purina, John Deere
and the St. Louis Zoological Gardens.

Specifically, for Anheuser-Busch, Droog designed a top-selling Christmas Holiday Stein
and the popular National Park Wildlife Stein series, among others. The St. Louis Zoo has
chosen Droog on four consecutive occasions to design the artwork for Zoofari, its
major biannual fund raising and society event. Ralston Purina commissioned him to paint
the illustrations for its widely distributed Endangered Species posters. And John Deere
hired Droog to design and create a large commemorative painting for the 125th anniversary
of its Kansas City branch. In addition, Droog\'s work hangs in the Katten Kabinet museum
in Amsterdam and other private and corporate collections

 

Hamburg Rooster by Hans Droog

 

crowing rooster by Hans Droog

 

Eleanor1 by Hans Droog

 

Baby Chick by Hans Droog

 

Eleanor 2 Teenage Dominique Chick by Hans Droog

 

Eleanor3 by Hans Droog

 

Brahma Rooster by Hans Droog

 

Rooster by Hans Droog

 

Cochin Chickens by Hans Droog

 

Chicken with trunk by Hans Droog

 

Chick by Hans Droog

 

debby by Hans Droog

 

Tree study by Hans Droog

 

whirl tree by Hans Droog

 

Sunset Tree by Hans Droog

 

green pepper by Hans Droog

 

White Oak Leave by Hans Droog

 

Onion by Hans Droog

 

Sara by Hans Droog

 

At The County Fair by Hans Droog

 

Scott by Hans Droog

 

Corn Harvest by Hans Droog

 

George My Mechanic by Hans Droog

 

Max and his pets by Hans Droog

 

Boy with Dog by Hans Droog

 

Self portrait with slaughtered cow heads by Hans Droog