Daniel Schoorl was born in Montevideo, Uruguay in 1957 and currently lives in Sacramento with his wife, photographer Deborah Rhea. His study and work in various media have been a life-long passion and include oil paintings, drawings and assemblages. Since the early 90’s Daniel has successfully exhibited in various venues in the U.S. and Uruguay.


Women of the World Series 
The chalk pastel and charcoal pencil drawings in this series were inspired by my travels through Mexico and India.  It was a true privilege to witness these women, who with strength and determination survive to maintain their way of life and traditions.  I hope you enjoy these images as much as I loved drawing them.  
DANIEL SCHOORL'S

Women of the World Series
Mexico - Framed Original 
Chalk Pastels & Charcoals

LA REINA DEL TANGO
Framed chalk pastel.  21"h x 17" overall
SOLD
 CHORRA
Framed chalk pastel.  17"h x 21.5" overall
​SOLD
DUELO CON FACONES
Framed chalk pastel.  22"h x 18" overall

JUNANDO LA MINA DEL OTRO
Framed chalk pastel.  21"h x 17" overall

DOS MALEVOS
Framed chalk pastel.  21"h x 17" overall

 ANIBAL TROILO
Framed chalk pastel.  21"h x 17" overall

NOCHE EN EL CABARET ROYAL PIGALLE
Framed chalk pastel.  21"h x 17" overall
SOLD

 BAILANDO EN LA CALLE
Framed chalk pastel.  21"h x 17" overall

 FRANCISCO CANARO
Framed chalk pastel.  21"h x 17" overall
SOLD

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The Tango Series
Framed Original Chalk Pastels
$375 each
The Tango Series 
     My tango series started after my father passed away in 2009 
and the drawings are homage to his memory. 
     Together we listened to and enjoyed tango music for many 
years. This Series depicts the characters that live in the tango 
songs. Theirs are the tales of love and tragedy in the rough and 
tumble cities of Montevideo and Buenos Aires during the early 
years of the 20th century. 
     The tango was first played in the ports and low dives, where 
sailors and workingmen would look for drink, women and good 
times. Immigrants from Spain, Italy and other parts contributed 
to tango’s urban scene on “el Rio de la Plata”, the river that 
flows between Uruguay and Argentina. 
     The original tango generation of musicians, singers, composers 
and dancers were united in their passion for the music and it 
soon became a craze. In Paris of the 1920’s Gardel, Canaro, 
DiCaro among others were much admired and celebrated. 
     My wish is that you enjoy these tango drawings as much as I 
enjoyed creating them.          —Daniel Schoorl 

OLD WOMAN SLEEPING   $300
Framed charcoal.  21"h x 26.5" overall


SITTING IN THE MARKET $200
Framed chalk pastel.
22"h x 18" overall


SELLING POTATOES $300
Framed chalk pastel.
22.5"h x 18.5" overall


MAKING TORTILLAS II $200
Framed chalk pastel.
22"h x 18" overall


GIRL WAITING FOR FOOD $200
Framed chalk pastel.
23"h x 18" overall


GIRL WITH LITTLE BROTHER $100
Framed chalk pastel.
15"h x 12" overall


MAKING TORTILLAS I    $250
Framed chalk pastel.
27.5"h x 23" overall
BOY FROM CHIAPAS   $200
Framed charcoal.
21"h x 17" overall
OLD WOMAN SLEEPING   $300
Framed chalk pastel.
21"h x 26" overall
ABUELA CON SUNIETA    $300
Framed chalk pastel.
26.5"h x 22.5" overall


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