Luigi Scorrano (Lecce, Puglia, June, 1849 - Urbino, June 15, 1924) was an Italian painter. He studied at the Academy of Naples, where he won many awards. After a year, he won a stipend from the government.He was prolific and often exhibited at the National Expositions and Promotrici. For example, at the Promotrice of Naples, he exhibits: How Many Sad Memories!; Teliclio. He exhibited at Livorno, Una canzone d' amore; at Genoa, Una canzone; in Naples, La toelette di nozze; in Rome, The Baptism of Montecassino; Rebecca; L'Ambasciata dì matrimonio (once found in the Ministry of Justice of Rome); i regali alla sposa; and Un Racconto, once found in the Hall of the Provincial Council of Naples with a reproduction of the Baptism of Montecassino; Gioie intime, exhibited at Milan; Conforto e lavoro, exhibited at Venice. In the Council Hall of the town of Fealizzi in the Province of Bari, he painted allegorical figures. In a further Naples Exposition, he exhibited among others: Un cliente di merito, a Pompeian Scene, and Un negoziante di stoffe. He was named director of the Institute of the Royal School of Painting in Urbino. He painted a canvas of the Madonna del Carmelo (1913) for the Chapel of Anime Santa in Trepuzzi, in Province of Lecce. His paintings recall the influence of Filippo Palizzi.